Those who have hiked with me will know that I am perhaps slow, but barring any illnesses, I don't crap out. I can count on one hand the number of people that have passed me on hikes. This hiked changed that number significantly. I must have encountered 10 people, and all but one ended up passing me. Not only did they pass me, but they passed me going at twice my pace, and they looked terribly underdressed (shorts, a single t-shirt) for the hike given the conditions. But they all made it to the top. To add insult to injury, during my descent, I saw a buy hiking up to the summit ... while carrying his fucking bike on his back.
I don't have any pictures of the descent. It was far easier and quicker ~3 hours. At ~3pm I still saw people at the 'Top of the Notch' restaurant on their way up and at 4pm, I still saw people near San Antonio Falls starting the hike to the top via the Ski Hut route.