The first hour and a half takes you to an alpine lake. The blue reminded me of the color of the rivers in Austria. Above the lake, there's a small batch of trees at top of a ridge. We had to hike up to that before we could even see the summit.
Once up the ridge, we got a great view of classic Wasatch mountain scenery. They just make such crazy steep walls.
So after traversing the ridge a bit, we finally got a view of the summit itself, and the crazy scarey knife edge approach to it. I still can't believe we made it across. We were greeted with horizontal rain and temperatures in the 50's, but it really cleared up and the sun came out, which made it a lot easier to grip the boulders (and avoid those crazy edges).
And a great shout-out to our outdoor organizer Bill, who gave us all the encouragement we definitely needed!