Ask a dozen folks and you'll get a dozen different opinions. :-)
From my perspective, trail shoes don't provide much benefit for the decomposed granite that makes up most of the trail. I use my normal road shoes. A ton of other folks do too.
For a long day, I'd pick something that is lightweight but also provides a good bit of cushioning. While a rock plate would be nice for some spots, the extra weight of most trail shoes would be a detractor.
Personally, I think Hokas would be the go to choice for long days on the peak. :-)