1. From Cheekye Glacier plateau (normal route) Follow the East face route on Garibaldi to gain the Cheekye Glacier plateau. From here, an easy snow slope leads to the summit (East facing slope, 40m high, up to ~35dg steep; scree slope on climbers left later in the season).
2. Northwest face (1963) I. Brown, R. Chambers, Ester Kafer, Martin Kafer, E. Larsen, B. Richardson. Class 4, snow and bad rock. This route goes up the indistinct shoulder from Brohm Ridge to its top on the upper rim of Warren Glacier. A more distinct ridge and snow rib then lead to the top.
3. North Face (1979) Don Serl, D. Jones. Class 4. The route follows a thin snow gulley right of the hanging glacier on the Warren Glacier headwall. It then climbs 55 degree snow, then up the terribly shattered rock to a slight snow rib on the left leading to the northwest shoulder.