1. Southeast Ridge (1951) Class 3-4. The SE ridge is the easiest route on the mountain, Class 3-4 with most parties using ropes. Lots of complex and interesting little cliffs and ledges, but not too difficult. Some loose rock; a long day from base camp.
2. South Face (1973) 45 degree snow/ice. Long spring snow-gully from the Edmond Glacier leads straight to the gap between the two summits. The upper part of this couloir can also be reached by descending diagonally from the SE ridge on snow or scree. This route can be used for a rope free decent back to the SE col even when the gully is bare (beware of falling rock).
3. Northwest Arete (1975) Technical ice, Class 4 . Rifferswill (North) Glacier + Northwest Arete to upper Northeast Ridge. Difficult icefall, Class 4 on narrow rock ridge, mixed climbing.
4. Northwest Face (1983) Rowat. 250 m of 50° snow/ice to the left of couloir.
5. West-Northwest Ridge (1986) Class 5, mixed. Long, some steep, some loose, some mid-5th at least; bypass gendarmes on south (5th class); 3 pitches of mixed climbing to finish.
6. Southwest Ridge (1990) Class 4. From lake west of Monmouth, traverse southeast, then ascend subsidiary glacier south of West-Northwest Ridge Ridge; 5 pitches of generally solid 4th class rock to finish.
7. Northwest Face Direct (1993) Down, Kay. 300 m of 50°-55° snow/ice in couloir direct to West Summit.