Only the winter route has been recorded.
From the pull-out, cross the highway and head towards the base of the hill. The Summit Creek
canyon will be on your right (north) about 1 km away (you won't notice it from the starting elevation). At the base of the hill, head slightly towards your right (north) to reach a broad, gentle ridge which you can follow most of the way to the top. Try to stay out of any gullies along the way, which could be potential terrain traps.
- The snow can get quite deep here at times, making you really work to get to the top. After strong winds, the snow usually forms a crust which is easier to stay afloat on. The time indicated here is for skiing. If you are snowshoeing, add about another hour to the total trip time.
- This is a great place to learn backcountry skiing or as a backup when the conditions turn nasty. There are a few convex features and gullies to watch out for, but these can be easily avoided.