From Onion Valley one can choose from two main routes up to Mount Gould, from Kearsarge Pass or from Golden Trout Lake.
From Mount Gould follow the flat ridge North and pass east of the high point North of Gould. From here the ridge becomes more knife-edge like and the traverse gets into more Class3-4 difficulty. I tried the west side of the ridge and had to do a bit of extra up and down to get around a couple of steep aretes and chutes. The summit blocks on Dragon are a little more difficult than on Gould with a bit more exposure.
A rope etc. for the faint of heart, but not what I'd call a necessity.
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