After finishing Mount Yamuska, I drove towards Kananaskis Trail for Mount Baldy. This is another short popular scramble described in Alan Kane's book. From the trail head, ascend steeply through the forest. If you go at a steady pace, you will hit treeline in 20-30min. The ridge narrows considerably and leads to a 2m down climb. This is the normal crux on this route. The holds are very solid though, but if you are a newbie, you might feel nervous as there's exposure towards right. The next obstacle is a huge slabby face. Most people will choose to skirt around it on the right side, however, if you are looking for more hands-on scrambling, I suggest staying right on the ridge crest and climb up this face. It would be rated a upper moderate to difficult, but again, the holds are very solid. After this, the rest of your day is just a slog to the summit. If you are ambitious, you can traverse to the south peak and then west peak, and descend via an obvious gully between south Baldy and west Baldy. I want to leave West Baldy for an ascent via the more challenging west ridge, so I decided to go back.