To the contrary belief, the peak was rather “sassy” with decent views.
Snowshoes were needed as soon as we got on the service road from Salmon La Sac Road. We scrambled up the west slope and onto the north ridge of Point 5335, headed south to Point 5335, then easterly to the peak.
Clouds were rolling in and out of the area and we came across two snow systems sweeping across the Salmon La Sac area once below the ridge and second time on the way down from the summit. When got to the summit it was sunny, with much better views from the west to the south than to the east. Stuart would have been visible had it been a bluebird day. But I was just happy that the gloomy weather stayed to the east for the most part.