Type: 
Mountain
Altitude: 
2448m

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NZMS260: 
J35 496 609
Topo50: 
BW18 396 993
Reference Name Grade Quality Length Comments Actions
NE
0
  From Groove Col climb firm rock on the east face to join the ridge, then negotiate large towers to the summit.

Bill Beaven, Earle Riddiford, April 1947

NF
2
0
  From the head of the Cameron Glacier follow the broad buttress that joins the summit ridge just before the top.

Roy Twyneham, William MacBeth, Rex Booth, R A Winn, March 1935

NC
3-
0
  Take the gully that leads from the Cameron Glacier directly to the summit.

Lindsay Main, James Jenkins, 1973

NW
3-
0
  rom the base of the North West Buttress, climb ledges on the left until about half-height. Climb a short pitch at about rock grade 10 in a gully on the south-west side and scramble to join the summit ridge about 50 metres north-east of the summit.

John Cousins, Bruce Harrison, November 1962

0
  From the Cameron Glacier.

Dave Fearnley, John McCallum, July 1988

2-
0
  Climb the steep snow couloir, watching for rock fall. Lack of snow leaves steep, compact scree and gullies to the top.

Evan Wilson, Jim Wilson, Andy Anderson, January 1931

SW
0
  The South West Ridge can be reached via a couloir from the Cameron Glacier or from the lower valley leading to Peg Col. Travel is straightforward to Pt 2366 metres, but the ridge is narrow, tricky and exposed from there to Tent Peak.

Jack Hill, D Kett, December 1963

2-
0
  From the valley leading to Peg Col, climb snowfields and gullies to a couloir, just north of the summit, that provides the best access to the ridge. The summit ridge has small towers and the last 20 metres is loose.

Bill Beaven, Earle Riddiford (descended), April 1947

Attribution: 
Yvonne Cook and Geoff Spearpoint, in association with the Canterbury Mountaineering Club
This place appears in: 
The Canterbury Westland Alps: a climbing and transalpine guide
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