1. Approach via Alouette Hiking Trail From Mike Lake take the Alouette hiking trail, and hike to top of Alouette, then look for the way down the cliffs to the Alouette-Blanshard col. As an alternative to hiking all the way up the long Alouette trail, you can use a mountain bike to get to 840m, and then hike up from there.
2. Approach via Evans Peak Trail You can get to the summit of Alouette via the Evans Peak Trail, and then climb down somehow to the Alouette-Blanshard col, and then climb the peak.
3. South Face (standard route) : Class 3-4. The start of the climb can be reached via descending to the col from Alouette Mountain or by a steep north facing gully from the top of Evans Creek. Once you reach the col between Blanshard and Alouette, start climbing. The first 2 pitches from the base of the rock wall are class 4 with a low class 5 crux move or two. Above these pitches, the rest of the climb goes at a rough and sometimes bushy 3rd class scramble. There is one tricky and somewhat exposed notch to negotiate between the false and true summits. Rock quality is not bad.
4. Northwest Ridge : Class 3-4. This route makes for a nice winter climb starting from the top of Evans Creek and ascending a steep rock ramp system to the col on Blanshards north side. From here a steep, blocky and narrow 3rd to 4th class ridge is gained to the summit.
5. West Face : Class 5.6 . The west face is the longest sustained rockclimbing route on this peak at around 10+ pitches to 5.6. From the base of the standard route, drop several hundred feet down a gully to the west, staying close to the cliff walls above. Near the base of the west face wall, begin to climb up trending to the left toward whitish overhanging cliffs. Climb left of these up for several more pitches keeping left of difficulties. The route eventually tops out on the north ridge, about one pitch of class 3 below the summit.
6. North Face : 5th class with potential aid moves. According to most resources this route may still be unclimbed despite attempts. A supposed blank wall exists on the final pitch before the summit. This route can be approached the same way as the north ridge route keeping to the left (south) beneath the north col and negotiating vertical and sometimes loose rock steps and ramps. The final pitch is the difficulty. This is the most vertical side of the peak.