After being on both the Como Lake Road and South Colony Lake Road, I felt like I was on an interstate driving up the Mount Princeton Road. I drove up late Thursday night after hiking Culebra Peak and Red Mountain earlier in the day. I was a bit worn out from the day and wasn't at all interested in an alpine start. I actually chose to hike Mount Princeton because of its ease. I took the standard route starting at the four-wheel-drive parking lot at 11,000'. Despite being tired, I made descent time and gained 1,700' in 1 hour and 20 minutes. I finished climbing to the summit, which I had to myself for a half an hour. Since it was only another 300' to hike Tigger Peak also, I made the ridge traverse over to that summit. Continuing on the ridge, I dropped back down to the Mount Princeton Road and jogged back to my vehicle. I stopped off at Casa Del Sol in Buena Vista, Colorado, for lunch before heading back home. My total trail time was 5 hours and 25 minutes.