"Ingredient 16" and "Ogre Canyon Falls" can be climbed in a day. Do Ingredient 16 first - it's by far the harder approach.
Getting ThereAlthough you can (I have) get to Ingredient 16 with a two-wheel drive (especially if you have chains), a 4 wheel drive is preferred.
To reach Ingredient 16, turn north onto Highway 40 from Highway 16 - the turnoff is located just west of Hinton Alberta. Drive north on Highway 40, crossing the Athabasca River. Approximately 2 kilometres past the Athabasca bridge, turn left on the road to Brule. Follow this paved road for about 20 minutes to the hamlet of Brule.
Follow the same road straight through Brule until it turns to dirt - continue following the road for 3.8 kilometres. There are unlocked gates on this road - please ensure that you close all gates behind you. At the 3.8 kilometre mark, park and head up the mountain through open aspen - the climb is visible high up. Eventually you will want to end up in the drainage that the climb is visible in, but the walking is easier if you delay getting in the drainage as long as possible.
The approach will take between 1 and 1.5 hours - you will need to use crampons and ice axes for the last 10 minutes.