(1) We started getting welcomed by a mixture of sun and cloud. The wind, although strong was not too cold. So we took our time and tackled the ridge carefully and headed towards "Ian's Pinnacle" (false summit).
(2) At the time that we had zero visibility, I had to stop and review the route, while Ian wrestles with the pinnacle.
(3) The summit is just minutes away. But first, this is what we had to go through. There were too much snow and strong wind at the ridge.
After 6 hours of hiking, scrambling and careful snow crawling, we finally reached the summit.
We had about fifteen minutes to enjoy the view before another zero visibility kicked in. We hiked back blind anyways worried about the time, but it only took us two hours to get back to the car.