A straightforward scramble to the top, via the Northwest Ridge.
Take the Timpanooke Road, past the Timpanooke trailhead, until it comes around to the front of the Timpanogos massif. You should see a sign on the left indicating the Great Western Trail.
The route is very simple, with one exception that needs explaining. Generally, just stick to the ridge, and when big rocks get in the way, veer a bit to the left, coming back to the ridgeline after going around the rocks. The one tricky bit is the last rock face: if you look closely as you approach the face, you'll notice that you can skirt diagonally up the face itself, again veering to the left. This will put you in some scrub pine, which you can stick in to regain the ridge. From here, it's a straightforward hike to to the summit.
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