1. Northwest slopes from Miller Creek (1971) A. Black, M. Feller, K.McNaughton. A few crevasses at snout. (Normal route) From Pemberton Valley, walk up new hydro road, then logging roads to gain access to large meadows on the north fork of Miller Creek at GR023810. Get onto the Glacier at 995815. The crevasses at the toe may be bypassed by travelling on the morraine just north of the glacier. Then climb westward on the glacier, bypassing the peak to the north, and ascend the easy saddle immediately west of the peak (972798). From there ascend easy rocks to summit. Usually done on skis.
2. South Slopes Ski ascent. From south fork of Miller Creek, ascend beginning of Ipsoot Glacier, then at about 990780, begin climbing toward the peak, working your way through the easy rock and snow gullies. No real difficulties, but wouldn't be good in high avalanche conditions.
3. Northwest slopes from Wasp Creek Ski easy. From Ryan River Road, walk up Wasp Creek. Cross bridge at end of road to west side, then continue just above creek till you can ski in creek bed. Camp at treeline. From camp, climb to small lakes at 50:23.7-123:02.5, and onto icefield. This route is perhaps the shortest, since you can drive to 2000' on Ryan River Road.