Took some poking around but here is what I found. "Snort" has been climbed, multiple times. Main confusion is in the naming -- "Mt. Goodiar", "Roaring Ridge Summit" and "Snort". This is the document by Parks Canada Centennial Commemorative Climbing Camp in 1985:
They ventured up north fork of McConnell creek, then set up "Two Lake camp" & climbed and named several peaks in upper valley -- including "Goodiar" (or Snort):
Peak 651261, elevation 3080 meters, climbed by Tim Auger, Tom Elliot and Peter Deering. From Two Lake camp hike up the valley to the fifth lake, then hike up huge scree slopes to the ridge. Short rope over tottering piles of shale to the first high point on the ridge, then continue approximately 300 meters to the true summit, where a cairn was built and a register left. No evidence of prior ascent was found. Descent was via ascent route. We propose to name the highest of these peaks “Mt. Goodiar"
Note "short rope over tottering piles of shale".
This is probably not the direction you have in mind though - but it would be more than worth exploring. Approach to the area can be either via Skoki - Red Deer River or from Ya Ha Tinda.
Second resource I found is bivouac:
This is probably closer to what you have in mind, and --at least partially-- coincides with that "Circumventing the Drummond Glacier" trip you did. Rick difficulty assessment for entire trip is "Occasional difficult scrambling on loose rock and snow. Regretted not having a rope numerous times"
Finally, interesting video to watch:
This trip was probably inspired by Parks Canada Centennial" as camp was also set by "Two Lake Camp" following by ascent of several peaks in the area (but not "Snort")
Hope this helps. By all means if you go do post a report - I'd be very curious to see how it panned out. Cheers