Type: 
Mountain
Altitude: 
2042m

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NZMS260: 
M30 868 962
Topo50: 
BS24 768 345
Reference Name Grade Quality Length Comments Actions
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  may be reached either by the stream which drains from Jellicoe Ridge 1km downstream of the White River, or by scrub covered slopes opposite
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  Not easily accessible from the Crow Valley, but a route may be followed up the bluffs behind the Crow Hut using the interlocking slabs and screes (steer well clear of the waterfall gullies, Never found yourself in a situation of no return??) to the basins below the peak. Before attempting this route survey it from the summit of Lyell Peak (Grade. 2 for sheer determination)
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  Bash through scrub 500m south of Crow Hut, to an interesting scree gully at about 1200m elevation. A series of slabs and gullies leads to grassed slopes overlooking a tarn. Gain the North East Ridge at this point and ascend to the summit.
Attribution: 
Photo; Graeme Kates
This place appears in: 
Arthur’s Pass: a guide for mountaineers
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