Only the winter route has been recorded.
From the pullout, cross the highway and head over to the trees. Looking up at the ridge, you'll see a gully up to the right that separates Fraser Ridge from Log Cabin
. You'll want to stay on the left side of this gulley. There are a number of routes you can choose to take up, and the one described here will take you to the high point at the top of the ridge.
Pick your way through the trees, which should be sparse and easy to navigate through. Once you are through the trees, just start zig-zagging your way up the slope to the top of the ridge.
When you get further up the slope, if you want to ski up to the high point, you may need to head left to avoid the steeper section directly below the summit (as indicated in the image below), then start traversing to your right (northeast) once you reach flatter terrain. From on top of the high point, you can see over to the Chilkoot Trail and Lindeman Lake. A little ways further up the ridge is a radio repeater.
To descend, ski the open slopes back down to treeline.