Mt Larkins can be approached via the Judah Road. Follow the road to above the 900m contour in Bonnie Jean Creek. Continue up the bulldozed track across the northern slopes of Mt Alaska to the head of Larkins Creek and a derelict but habitable scheelite miners hut. There is also a more recent hut, used by skiers, on the slopes of Mt Larkins. Continue up to the end of this steep bulldozed track. Gain a ridge and follow it SE to the west ridge of Mt Larkins, where an ice ace may be required. The west ridge gives a good scramble to the summit. Allow a full day.