After waking up semi-early, I was on my way up Glen Pass which was difficult, but manageable with micro spikes. Going down Glen Pass was a whole different story. Soft snow on a very steep slope made falling inevitable. After taking considerable time to navigate the most difficult parts, I chose to rock scramble rather than post hole.
At the bottom of the pass were two beautiful lakes, amazing views, many stream fords and a large suspension bridge.
Only having hikes 12.8 miles total, I and everyone else I camped with were pretty exhausted by the pass decent in the morning.