and right next door is the N face of Edge Pk. with the fabled East Peak on the left. as Culbert put it back in '74, "The E. Pk. is a bitch." still true. VERY few ascents, by ANY route. (Drew you know the history better than I do, so chime in...)
there is a 1962 Jack Bryan - Byron Olsen somewhere on the main face: "start... directly under what appears to be the summit", "left of two open corners", "follow line of weakness right for 200 ft", "climb onto slabs and head for corner between wall and buttress to right", "behind gendarme", "angle rigth through rotten rock gully to come out on right of apparent summit". I'm unaware of a repeat.
as for the east peak, it's possible to downclimb and rappel from the main summit into the notch, then climb back out. either leave a rope to jug back out, or rap south to get down.
there are 2 routes on the north flank:
N Face: 1968; Dick Culbert, Dave Harris (not the same guy who was editor of the CAJ in the '80s), Brian Moorhead (again), and John Rance. I think their route lies in the shady ground in its lower half, then (from about the height of the light coloured triangular slab halfway up on the right) "ascent on either side of a major gully here is possible".
NE corner: 1971; Brian Moorhead (!), Dick Dorling, M. Humphreys, J. Spencer. Reach the triangular slab. "Climb several leads up center of slab, which has moves to 5.6 [sic] with knife-blad protection. Above this is 3-4 leads (A2) up corner, followed by a difficult free traverse left from a tree nitch to just below summit ridge."
I have a vague memory of a repeat ascent of one of these routes, but it might just have been an attempt... Drew?
reportedly good gabbro, so likely fun to be had, for those willing to get off the beaten path.