Not really having a vehicle capable of Cascade Creek, I did this one from South Mineral via the Rico-Silverton Trail. Up and over a 12,500 pass both ways made this one over 6500 vertical for one summit, but it was a beautiful day out. Access gully still had snow, ice axe and crampons were needed.
Cascade Road, then part of Colorado Trail, then trail up towards the basin below Grizzly, surprisingly easy, class 2, not much scree (the main approach gully to the ridge was still filled with the snow). Amazing views.
Needing a new hobby I decided to climb the 6 Grizzly's in Colorado that are over 13,000'. This one Lisa and I climbed via Graysill Mine, Rico-Silverton trail, to the southwest ridge and face.
Climbed standard gully route from end of road above ski area. Combined with "V 10" which is a dangerous pile of choss! Grizzly itself was nice enough though.