Place info

Mt Patuki

(9 routes)

Mt Patuki is the apex of the Lake Turner, Donne and Tutoko catchments.

  • 2246m

    Altitude

Type: 
Mountain
Altitude: 
2246m

Mt Patuki is the apex of the Lake Turner, Donne and Tutoko catchments.

NZMS260: 
D40 156 036
Topo50: 
CB09 055 418
Reference Name Grade Quality Length Comments Actions
20,22
2.01
60m
 

Below the first knob on Patuki’s East Ridge is an attractive looking arete of red rock.

  1. Scramble up from the left to belay. Climb rightwards into a short corner at the base of the arete. Up this and on to the arete proper.
  2. Puff your way over the nose.

Rich Turner, Rich Thomson, Dave Vass

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  Easy and loose.

Ian Cave, Mike Gill, Dave Nichols, 1962.

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  The party accessed the route via the Taoka Icefall, and descended the couloir on the North East Face to make the first traverse.

Bill Gordon, Ralph Miller, December 1955

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  The first ascent party accessed the ridge from the Taoka Icefall.

Lloyd Warburton, Gerry Hall-Jones, Dec 1955.

Attribution: 
Craig Jefferies
This place appears in: 
The Darran Mountains: an alpine and rock climbing guide

Places

Actions
Face North East Face (4 routes)
Face South Face (1 route)
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