The climb of Mount Blaurock begins about a quarter mile after crossing Grey Copper Creek. Where the road is heading north, then swings back to the west, depart the road here and walk uphill through an open, grassy meadow. This open slope, as it ascends, will narrow to become a ridge that borders the west side of Grey Copper Creek and leads all the way to the SE summit ridge of Blaurock. For the most part, the slope and ridge are open all the way with areas of trees that can be avoided. Above the trees, the tundra-covered slope will gradually give way to increasingly small, broken rock (scree), but not difficult. This south facing route will be clear of snow earlier in the season, but higher up, there may be a snowbank along the edge of the ridge.
Once this SW ridge intersects the SE summit ridge, the difficulties will begin. Head NW along the ridge crest which will become rocky and fragmented. Earlier in the season, snow may fill the cracks and gullies that penetrate the ridge crest. If you find snow, you may have to negotiate the sharp crest of some corniced snowbanks at the head of a gully or two. This is where an ice axe could come in handy. There may also be one steep couloir you may need to drop down into (on the south side), possibly have to cross snow in it and then re-ascend to the ridge on steep, loose talus. All of this may slow your progress, but eventually, you'll gain the summit on the far east end of the ridge.
For the return, simply follow your ascent route back down for a total of 4 miles and about 3,000 feet of gain. Roundtrip can easily be done in a half day. But for more peakbagging opportunity, continue over to Ervin peak (UN13,531.) This will only add about 2 more hours to your day.