1. Webb - South Ridge Class 2 scramble. Approach via Radium Lake trail, then gain the Webb-MacDonald col, one hour further on from the lake. From the col, continue up nice granitic scrambling, some "hard class 2" involved (6 foot high walls with tree pulling required) to the spacious summit, about 1 more hour up from the col, which sports a huge cairn and great views of all the peaks around Chilliwack Lake. The route is somewhat reminiscent of the standard route on Needle Peak.
2. Northwest Ridge Class 3. A pleasant scramble on sound rock. Ascend from Radium Lake through forest strip between avalanche swathes to objective ridge. Continue directly to summit.
3. West face (1984) A. Ourom, K. Haberl. 5th class. Climb 4 or 5 pitches somewhere on the west face. Infrequently repeated, and more than somewhat bushy.
4. NE face (The Digestive System) (1997) D. Brayshaw, C. Fleet, E. Hutton, D. Wilm . 5.10b or 5.10+. A line up the vague NE buttress or rib of Webb. Approach via notch in NW ridge, descend below N face and traverse to objective. Two variations exist to the first pitch, 10b cracks on the left, 10+ roofs on the right. Climb two more pitches moving up and right to cross the arete (5.7, 5.9R); three low quality pitches of mixed heather and rock (to 5.6) complete the route to the upper NE ridge which is scrambled to the summit.