Yes the view from the top is amazing but pay attention to your body going up. Altitude sickness is nothing to toy with. Drinking plenty of water is most important but also realize that if your feeling the slightest symptoms do not eat. You will not be able to digest the food if your body is not used to being at this altitude and you will make yourself feel worse. So if your new to hiking at this altitude I would suggest you, drink a lot of water, take it slow, if you eat, eat something very light and stop and rest. Give yourself a minimum of 8 hours for the entire trip, there's no rush, unless a storm is coming in. Oh and thank-you to the individual who put the trail marker signs (above the tree line) to the summit, these signs make it so much easier to get to the summit and I know it wasn't easy putting them up.