1. Northwest ridge via Roe Creek Road Class 3. Drive as far as possible on the Roe Creek road. The trailhead is located 11.8km from Hwy 99, marked with a small cairn and pink tapes (2008). The short trail goes west, dropping down to Roe Creek. Cross Roe Creek and head up the open rock slope to the col, staying to the north of the glacier. Once at the col, head south along the ridge. Climb the gendarm directly (class3, a bit loose), bypass it to the west (also class 3), or drop down to the easy glacier (a few small crevasses, crampons in late season). Above the gendarme, regain the crest of the ridge, and proceed to the summit.
Equipment: Boots, (iceaxe and light crampons)
2. West Face via High Falls Creek road Class 2. From the Squamish River valley, drive up Branch 200(High Falls Creek road), then up Branch 250 (Tricouni Road), and then follow the Tricouni Meadows Trail into the meadows west of Tricouni. Hike or ski through meadows to reach the icefield west of Cypress Peak, and from here gain the northwest ridge immediately north of the peak.
3. Tricouni to Cypress Traverse Easy, no exposure. This route ends up coming over Seagram and Cyhorn, and uses the same west facing glacier to get to the final peak. The ridge between Tricouni Peak and Cypress is an easy scramble along the crest. The last stretch to the summit of Cypress looks steep, but is OK in winter and an easy scramble in summer.
4. East ridge Class 3-4. The approach is from Roe Creek, as for the north ridge. When the slope levels out, at the toe of the glacier, head south to the obvious col between Cypress Peak and its subpeaks to the east. From the col, follow the ridge to the summit. This is mostly class 2-3, but there is one class 4 notch near the summit.