This can actually be quite an adventure, so I found. Rallied up with three others in a 4x4 through the snow as far up as we could go on the FS road. Ascended (one randonee, two tele, one snowboarder on snow shoes) around the north side of the mountain to the plateau between Black Lassic and the other Lassics. Took off our skis to climb easy loose rock and snow to the summit. One tele skier skied off the true summit towards the shoulder above the prominent coulior on the northeast side. He whooped from excitement because of how icy and steep it was. I, the other tele skier and snowboarder, decided it was too steep and icy for us so we descended to the shoulder down hard 40 degree snow. We wished we had ice axes. Just above the shoulder the snowboarder fell at least 80 feet down to an unreachable location. I assessed his LOC verbally and he seemed ok so he agreed to meet us at the road at the base of the mountain. One tele skier went on a hypotenuse course to intercept the snowboarder. Myself and the skier skied the coulior. It was steep, fun, and but a bit icy.
All in all in good conditions would make this a fun, remote, miniature backcountry winter adventure mountain.