This is a fun alternative to the surrounding bumps of McDougall and likely one of the more exciting as the summit bump is something you have to think through to get tot he top as its not a mindless slope the whole way.
This triangle slabby peak is higher and further north from Rucksack Ridge but on the same bulk of mountain zone. It’s an enjoyable scramble with a short section of easy climbing and exposure.
Approach as for the Rucksack Ridge description, but continue up the good trail through the trees instead of dropping into the creek. Follow it around some rock bluffs high up and instead of slogging straight up open scree, which goes to Mt.McDougall’s northern summit, leave the trail and find the easiest ledges down to the scree bowl and traverse to the col. Hike the ridge east and climb rubbly ledges to regain the ridge, then, climb an exposed rock fist on over to a scree chute and the summit. Return the same way or downclimb ledges on the north side near the fist and pick your way down the east side of Wasootch Tower to Wasootch Creek and out.