Another summit, one we've been planning for some time. Went with Jarom, Michael, Spencer and a co-worker of Jarom's named Jason. We went up the South Willow Creek route, and although it was sugested that an alternate descent be taken, we decided against it as it involved going down a steep glacial headwall. Overall, it was a good hike. easy terrain through beautiful forests up untill some switchbacks to gain the ridge. Once on the ridge, the wind hit me hard, so be ready before topping out on the ridge(batton down hats and put on a wind breaker). There are almost no trees on this ridge so, the wind was with my most of the way to the summit. Once at the summit, there is a small shelter of rocks acting as a windbreaker, the perfect place to eat lunch. Awesome views and a sense of being on top of the world as it is the highest point for miles around. You can see over the oquirs at some of the taller wasatch peaks (Broad Forks Twin, Lone peak, Timonogos, Nebo). The descent goes a little quicker but we took it easy. Great experience.