Summited from Colgan Hut on a rainy, blustery day in 2012.
Successfully summitted from the hut. Great views - t-storms to the east and west, but bright sunshine in the Lake Louise and Moraine Lake area.
Summit was completed 112 years after my great, great grandfather George T. Little was part of the party that made the first recorded ascent in July 1901. The mountain is named on his behalf. My brother joined me for the ascent.
We were guided by Mark Stewart of Cirrus Mountain Guides (highly recommended).
Did Bowlen (also first ascent by George Little's part in July 1901) on the way out the next day.
Went from highway, up North Face/West Ridge of Mt. Fay, back to the hut. Next day climbed Bowlen and Little and headed out for beers and burgers at the Post Hotel. Good two days with M. Siddles.
A great scramble near the hut. Reccomended, a lot of fun.
Fun day, at least we got a summit on a day with bad conditions. No view unfortunately. Returned via the Perrin route to Moraine Lake the same day. William Marler with J. D. Miller and James Blench.