Tanners may be a touch faster - you would want a solid freeze at night and then sprint up very early in the morning (might want 'pons depending on the headwall condition). The col farthest lookers left in your photo is the entrance from Tanners (in case you didn't know).
Sounds like you want to spend a couple days in the wood. Camping at the ponds would be rad. The traderoute for skiers from the ponds is to follow the rightside of the main drainage finally gaining the col to the immediate lookers left of the Twin in your photo. Does that make any sense? Much of the route can't be seen from this vantage, but it's really quite straight forward.
From there you take the ridegline to the summit. There is a small rock crux if you stay on the ridge. It's not a very big deal - maybe easy 5th class, but it feels scary in ski boots (an axe or whippet would alievate some stress)! Alternatively, you can bust around the rock onto the southish face and up a mini-chute - which takes longer than it looks. That obviously would be a bad idea in wet slide conditions. If you're on skis every aspect of that mountain has a totally bitchin' ski run off of it depending on conditions... the north and east faces are the most pracitcal this year. The sure bet is a NE shot that's obvious on the approach. It starts from down the north ridge a bit from the East summit. Here's a photo of the ridge (stolen from Molly):
Not a great beta photo, but the 'rock crux' is about halfway up the ridge. It will be quite obvious when you get there, the alternative traverse is maybe 100' (?) downhill from the point.
Hope you get the right conditions/weather for your trip! Bring the headlamp and start/get down early no matter what route you choose!