Prominence of North-East Face: 1300m/4265ft
Sub Range: Kitimat-Stikine Range
Access: Very Difficult. Requires expedition or ski plane.
Popularity: Mountain is unacustomed to visitors. Ever.
First Ascent: Unknown and unrecorded first ascent.
Bivouac.com notes: “A heavily glaciated peak lying east of the Stikine River. It is located in the “Y” between the Stikine and Mess Creek. It is about 10 km south of the head of Yehiniko Creek. To the south, the icefield is drained by the Scud River, which flows into the Stikine. The peaks in this area are visible from the Edziza plateau, which is about 50km northeast of these glaciated peaks, across the deep valley of Mess Creek. There is a reference in 1995 CAJ that says Ambition had been previously climbed.”
Skiable: Yes. South West and South face.
Easiest Route to Summit: South face.
Avalanche Terrain: Complex