With a casual start from Seattle, we left the car at about 1pm. The view from the road showed that most of the approach and route were free of snow, so it seemed like a fun afternoon adventure. We had to take our shoes off to cross the stream and then headed up the steep trail until we hit snow below the notch.
We were on the route and simul-climbing within a couple of hours and enjoyed the rambling bits interspersed with steeper sections, all very doable in approach shoes. We hit the top of the main route by 4:30pm or so and then took a bit longer to get to the true summit, in part because we ended up dangling a rope for the party behind us as they weren't comfortable with the airy, unprotected step to get past the notch above "The Humps." We were on top by 5:30pm and back to the car a bit after 7pm. Nice day and awesome views.