Did this hike on a weekday in July, just went up to the pass and back. Was fantastic that it wasn't crowded at all and we didn't encounter too many hikers until we got back down towards Crater Lake again (then the masses appeared). Not a technical hike at all and very easy to see and stay on the trail. Last half mile was incredibly steep and tiring, but absolutely worth it. Also, the scattered people (about 10) we say coming down as we were going up were very encouraging. Windy at the top as typical of other peaks. Pack a lunch and lots of water.
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