Scrambled up the main peak after several dead ends on loose low 5th terrain. actual scramble route was a sandy gully, not so bad. Would not recommend to a friend.
While scrambling the NW peak, Dave loosed a rock above me and I jumped out of the way and landed poorly. It's painful to breath and I suspect a broken rib. It's troublesome to not get the true summit, but under the circumstances I decided not to try it. Only one of our party of 5 climbed the SE peak and he said it wasn't worth the risk and that he even regretted doing it. It appears as though all routes are 4+ or 5.2 near at the start with plenty of loose rock. It might be easier with more snow to get a higher start on the face, but that is only speculation.
Settled for the NW peak after deciding to bail on the SE peak due to a short unprotectable rock pitch (class 4-5.2ish). It looked easy enough but we all agreed that free climbing it wasn't worth the risk for the extra 15 feet the SE summit has compared to the NW peak. The NW peak was a fun scramble to an awesome summit, with nice views. It was great trip! This is really one of the most beautiful places in the Olympics; I'll have to return to bag the SE peak some other day.
Initially tried route 1 of the SE summit, but man that first section is not class 3. "Beckey class 3" maybe but it was beyond my comfort zone with not protection. We settled for the NW summit which was a very fun easy class 3 to the summit. Views were partially obstructed by smoke, and there were climbers on the summit of nearby Constance that we were able to see. Great mountain! I loved it!