1. SW Face (Standard Scrambling Route) Class 2-3. This is the easiest route to the summit of Tricouni. Approach from Belia Creek via [Roadx2857-West Tricouni Meadows Trail]. From the First Lake, follow the Tricouni Meadows Scrambling route. A V shaped cliff band guards the summit on the SW side. Pass the cliff band near the point of the V and continue up to the peak via the upper south ridge. This route is often done on skis in the spring.
2. North Ridge Class 4-5. A prominent narrow ridge with fine climbing. The lower section is class 5, the middle section class 3 and the upper section class 4. The ridge may be gained from Roe Creek, crossing the pass at the head of Chance Creek, or dropping down from the alpine basin between Tricouni and Cypress.
3. East Ridge Class 4. A good scrambling route, moderately technical The East ridge is approached from Chance Creek, via the meadows east of Tricouni. In profile it forms the right skyline (if visible). Skirt around the lake on the North side and climb to the base of the ridge on scree or snow. The toe is very steep; gain access to the ridge by climbing a waterfall gully (class 3) to a bowl with possible snowpatch on the east face, then contouring right to gain the ridge proper. the ridge is followed to the junction with the north ridge, steep with big holds and heather; a good bit of 3rd class. From the junction with the north ridge to the summit, the length of a pitch or two, the climbing is more exposed and tricky and feels more like 4th class, although the holds are still excellent and blocky.