1. East Face (1914) Basil Darling, A Morkill. Class 4. Reach the high shoulder on the divide east of the peak. From the shoulder, cross an intervening notch and climb to the summit in one class 4 lead on foul rock. The high shoulder is reached from either (1) a gully on the south side of the divide or (2) from steep snow on the north. Approach (1): The gully on the south side is reached from the gap NW of Lydia. The gap is reached from either (a) Crescent Glacier above a possible moat or (b) by rappelling or downclimbing Lydia's NW ridge. Approach (2): The steep snow intersecting the shoulder on the north side of the divide is reached from either approach above.
Equipment: Possible glacier travel
2. North Ridge (1969) Alice Culbert, Dick Culbert. Stiff class 4. From Ionia-Pandareus col, traverse south on west side of the main divide over scree and snow. Climb south out of the basin west of Pandareus and scramble back up loose, class 3 ribs to the crest. Traverse the divide to the base of the summit tower, which is 1 1/2 leads on surprisingly firm rock. Takes 3 hours, presumably from the Ionia-Pandareus col.
Equipment: Glacier travel