1. Access: Wedgemont Lake Trail Standard access for all routes.
2. Northeast Face The rock, snow and ice face to the climbers left of the north arete. access the face by crossing the arete at the wedge - weart col or higher up.
3. North Arete 45 degree snow / ice, AD-. A classic moderate route. Approach from Wedgemont Lake and cross the Wedgemount Glacier past an icefall to gain the North Arete where the arete flattens. Alternatively climb the entire arete from the Wedge-Weart Col.
4. North Face Couloir The short couloir immediately to the right of the north arete
5. North Couloir (1981) Rob Discoll, Ken Legg. snow / ice up to 50 degrees, AD. The lefthand of two parrallel couloirs situated on the right side Wedge's North Face. Mostly 40-45 degree snow or ice, but steeper at the top. In early season, the cornice is the main obstacle, while later in the summer the bergscrund provides the most challenging climbing. The usual approach is from the Wedgemount Glacier. It's about 4 60m rope lengths from the bergschrund to the top.
6. NE Couloir This route is the righthand of the two couloirs on the N face of Wedge. It is best done in spring due to the difficult bergschrund. Cross bergschrund and ascend steep snow to summit plateau: mostly 50 degrees steepening to 55 degrees where the couloir narrows, half way up.
7. NW Couloir mainly 45 degree snow, with a short section of 50 degrees. The long wide couloir on the NW Face of Wedge Mountain. It drains into Rethel Creek and is visible from Whistler Village. Joins with West Ridge route at the top of the couloir.
8. West Ridge 3rd class, Loose, F. (Normal Route) Ascend the Wedgemount Glacier to the Wedge-Parkhurst col and drop down the west side, passing the base of Wedge Couloir. Follow a minor spur ridge up into the loose rubbly slopes above to reach the easy summit ridge. Easy but long. Best done with spring snow cover.