Great but tough trip with my 11 year old son, WHAT A STUD (takes after his dad LOL).
Climbed several times from Mt Price. Summit block is interesting and looks really cool from Price.
I took the long easy trail to Slyvia Lake and headed up the west slope going cross country, picking my way up the easiest way. I got on the west saddle of the peak and followed it to the summit block. Great rock formations at the top to explore.
From west side of Lake Aloha climbed up ridge towards 9696 (between Agassiz & Pyramid). Traversed right on east face of slope to summit of Crystal Range at ridge "bump" between 9696 and Agassiz (class 3 scramble). Traversed northwest on west face of Crystal Range slope until at bottom of Agassiz overhang. Cut left along overhang (class 3 scramble) until you find notch with old pine tree. Slipped through notch to back side of Agassiz overhang, turned right and found summit boulders to climb up onto the top.
Great July 4 hike - not too many folks off the trails - great weather - endless talus. Summit block more interesting than most.
Trip report is on summitpost here
Climbed both Mt Price and Mt Agassiz with loopdedo ascending from Smith Lake, then across the bowl above Island Lake, and reaching Mt Price via the class 3 north ridge - highly enjoyable climbing there. Next on to Agassiz, then across Lyons Creek basin back to Smith Lake and down to Wrights Lake. PICS