1st trip up Humphreys. Day trip from Phoenix where I'm on spring break with the family. Left at 4a and started the hike at 6:30a. Saw two other people leve about the same time I did and that was all I saw on the summit route. Forecast was clear in morning with winds and some precipitation in the afternoon, but we got plenty of both in the morning. Wind above the tree line was 30-50mph - I was crawling at the summit to avoid being blown away, and the wind chill was for sure below zero. Felt like being back home in MInnesota (and yes I was thinking "why am I doing this on spring break??). Thankfully it wasn't nearly as windy down lower, but a fresh two feet of snow last week made for deep powder in the tree line. I debated packing the snowshoes but was very glad I did, both going up and down. The two other people I saw didn't have them and I saw all kinds of postholing remnants they had left on my way down, and it was only going to get worse with the snow warming up mid morning. I also used crampons above the tree line at it was rock/ice mix up to the summit. I packed the ice axe but didn't use it, instead sticking with hiking poles both ways. Only layer I brought and didn't use was the hard shells. Used about 3 liters of water and 3 cliff shot blocks. I started feeling the altitude effects quite a bit on the way down - not unexpected given I live in MN and had gone from Phoenix (1K) to 12,600 in about 5 hours. Overall fun trip. Didn't get the beautiful view at the top, but the mix of snow/weather conditions combined with altitude made for a challenging hike. Definitely a worthy peak to go after in winter conditions.