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Black Peak

(3 routes)

Black Peak is a spectacular mountain in the lower valley

  • 2289m

    Altitude

Type: 
Mountain
Altitude: 
2289m

Black Peak is a spectacular mountain in the lower valley

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NZMS260: 
F40 791 165
Topo50: 
CA11 691 548
Reference Name Grade Quality Length Comments Actions
II 2
0
  There are two main ridges both of which can be seen from Wanaka, the Eastern Spur and the North Ridge. The Eastern Spur is accessed through Cattle Flat Station and is an interesting climb through bluffs and along an exposed ridge. The other route is through Matukituki Station and goes up the true right of Phoebe Creek and under a line of bluffs on a sheep trail then up the ridge. ‡ During winter Black Peak is the site of some steep multi-pitch ice climbing. See the section on waterfall ice,
Attribution: 
Allan Uren & John Cocks
This place appears in: 
The Mount Aspiring Region: a guide for mountaineers

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Face South East Face (Ice routes) (2 routes)
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