Located near the southern end of the Northern Pickets, Mt. Fury (8280') is wild, rugged and remote. In fact, this is one of Washington's most remote climbs and while the technical pitches are few, the overall length of your climbing days (both in time and miles) are so great that even the fittest climbers will get the "expedition" feeling by day three. If you are in excellent shape, experienced and not afraid of being days away from rescue, Fury (with a side trip up Luna) is the trip of a lifetime. Fury is a wonderful mixture of hiking, bushwhacking, scrambling, camping, rock pitches (Class III, like the Freundenhorn in the Berner Oberland) and steep glacier climbing. -- from www.summitpost.org.
Leor Pantilat & Colin Abercrombie went from Big Beaver Camp to the summit and back in, ~25h, August 5, 2008. Pantilat's trip report with many pictures and detailed splits is here. They took 10h48m52s to reach the summit, approximately 25h round-trip from Big Beaver camp.