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FWIW, the only scramble on Emory Peak is at the very tippy top. I don't have a great approximation of how high the scramble is, but it's definitely under 100 feet, probably under 50 feet. It will still be light out for a while after sunset. You shouldn't have a problem getting off of the scramble and being well on your way down long before it's dark enough to require headlamps.
Try sunset from the overlook on the Rio Grande Village nature trail. Someone pulled the wrong stock photo thinking it was the Sierra Madre in Mexico:https://www.amazon.com/Treasure-Sierra-Madre-MAX-STEINER/dp/B000U7V98U/ref=sr_1_2?s=music&ie=UTF8&qid=1521505917&sr=1-2&keywords=treasure+of+the+sierra+madre
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