How to get there:
Locate the town of Nelson, at the end of a narrow (lake) arm extending west from lake Kootenay. Drive north on Hwy. 3A, crossing the lake then continue to Kokanee Creek Provincial Park. The access road forks sharply left near location N49.61143, W117.11617. Drive this road to its end where there is parking, location N49.72315, W117.15300, elevation about 1580 meter. There is chickenwire that may be used to protect your car from porcupines.
This peak is a nice day trip.
Continue up the obvious trail. At location N49.73944, W117.16293, elevation near 1960 meter, a smaller trail forks uphill (right). Follow this trail as it climbs the hillside. Higher up, the trail splits into several variants, keeping left is possibly the better choice. High up, at the horizon, you will see the very characteristic notch (keyhole) where the route is heading. Before that, the route may cross some smaller snow fields and pass an area with larger boulders. Again, there are some variations, but tracks from previous climbers will help to identify a good route. Finally, complete this part by moving up to the main crest in the keyhole.
This is a nice place and an obvious place for a short break. Next, the route continues with a short descent to the glacier below. The best route is likely to descend directly. Cross the glacier (pretty free of crevasses) aiming slightly left of the summit. This way, one can stay on easy slopes not exceeding around 20 degrees all the way to the final summit rocks.
After a travel day, we were now ready for a peak that would go as a day hike. We left our motel early and parked at the trailhead by 0700. A very nice trail and good weather, we quickly gained elevation and located our trail fork after one hour. Proceeding uphill, we arrived at the crest/keyhole around 0945, time for a break and photos. Proceeding from here with almost all the ascent behind us, we arrived at the Cond summit at 1020. Sunshine and good views all over. We relaxed and stayed 35 minutes before starting our return at 1055. The hike back down was also very enjoyable and we arrived back at the car by 1305, so 2:10 for the descent.