1. NW slopes (1962.08.31) Class 3. The first ascent route. From Chamois-Anderson River Mountain col, traverse Chamois or avoid to W. Scramble up NW flank of Ibex to summit, on class 3 slabs to right of north ridge.
2. SE Ridge (1981) R Barley, P. Shackleton. 5.8 or 5.9. From Steinbok-Ibex col, climb the obvious sharp ridge crest. 6 pitches, lots of potential for variation, with grade depending on line chosen. A little bit of bush. This route is the typical descent off Ibex: rappel (slings around trees) to Ibex-Steinbok col
3. East Ridge/Face (1982) S. and K. Flavelle. 5.10. This route is c. 650m long but the first half up the ridge is not difficult. Where the ridge becomes the face, begin technical portion; climb up grooves and slabs to gain the N ridge just below the summit. Not given a high star rating by the FA party.
4. Trivial Pursuits (1995) C. Brookes, M. Spagnut. 5.10+, 3 pts. of aid. Climb 8 pitches up the face between the Flavelle route and the SE ridge. Finish up last 3 pitches of SE ridge to summit.
5. South Face (Proof Is In The Pudding) (July 2003) D. Barg, D. Brayshaw, S. Neufeld. 5.10c. This route climbs near the center of the south face. Start up right leaning ramp system. Climb thin cracks, hand crack and OW above to flakes then up grassy corner. Finish traversing right to sweet diagonal splitter. 5-6 pitches depending on choice of belay stances. Descend SE ridge to base, 3 60m rappels, one 30m rappel.
Equipment: full rack to #4 Camalot; double finger to hand size cams