1. NW flank hiking with a bit of scrambling. From the Cheam-Lady saddle off the Cheam trail, a climber's track, initially indistinct, contours east at 1750 m to the steep meadows on the west side of Lady Peak. Alternatively, before snow chutes melt out climb directly from Cheam trail lower down. Take ice axe for protection and glissading. The track bypasses a steep rock outcrop on the south and veers back north above it. Hike up steep but easy heather and shale to gain the N ridge crest near a photogenic triangular gendarme. Scramble easily along the summit ridge to the highest point, which requires a boulder move to attain (easiest on south side). This route can be easily combined with the standard route on Cheam in a day.
Equipment: Ice axe.
AvgTime: One hour up from Cheam-Lady saddle.
2. SE ridge Class 3-5. Most commonly climbed when traversing the Cheam Range. Reported difficulty varies widely and may relate to pack size. Climb SE ridge from col with pt. 6800 (point where ridge from Laughington intersects main Cheam Ridge divide). The Beckey guide description is more than a bit confused on this route, and Fairley ignores it entirely.
3. NE Couloir (Dec. 1985) P. Cooper, W. Noble, K. Sellars. IV, WI3/4. This is a 1000m high, narrow couloir highly visible from Jones Lake. Mainly snow, with a crux ice section low down which repelled a couple of attempts from earlier parties, and a thin/mixed finish near the summit ridge. "Once a highly sought after first ascent", but possibly unrepeated...