Southeast Slopes (Class 3)- the easiest way to summit involves cross country travel east of Marshall Lake. Stay south of Crown Point's serrated East Ridge and look for the gaps in the ridges that lead to a prominent notch just north of the June Couloir on Williams Peak. Ascend the south slopes from this point with challenging scree slopes. Bypass the East Summit to the south to get to the true west summit. The impressive east summit requires short Class 4-5 climbing.
All Routes From Redfish Lake Backpackers Trailhead: 6.5 miles and 4238 feet gain (one way)