Mount Edith from the summit of Mount Norquay. She has 3 summits, what we call the north, middle and south. The best scramble is the traverse of all three (from north to south). Mount Louis, behind and to the right, Mount Cory behind and to the left. Banff National Park, 2004.
This shows the 3 peaks of Mount Edith with the South Peak at right, Center Peak to the left, then the summit of the North Peak sticking out to the left of Center Peak. Mount Edith is comprised of three peaks with the South Peak being the most impressive from this direction. The scrambling route up the South Peak starts at the col between South and Center Peaks, then gains the SW face halfway up the left skyline. From there is generally goes to the middle of the face and more or less follows the easiest line to the summit. The scramble route up the center peak follows the obvious gully that trends right from below the summit. The technical climbing routes up Edith are on the other side of the moutain and are generally on good quality rock.