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South East Face

Type
Part of

This face is made up of two steep cliff bands. The lower cliffs are best climbed as ice routes and often form up well; the scandalously steep upper cliff has some rock routes and scope for many more. Once above the lower cliff band, either traverse back down to the Summit Plateau or continue up to your right and finish with the top pitch of the East Ridge.

Aspect
South East
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Routes

Reference Title Grade Length Pro Quality Operations
 Left Route, 4,I 4,I
0

  • P1
  • Alpine (Technical) 4
  • Alpine (Commitment) I

One or two pitches on the left side of the lower band, depending on snow levels.


 Central Route, 3,I 3,I
0

  • P1
  • Alpine (Technical) 3
  • Alpine (Commitment) I

A steep start for 30-40m, in the middle of the lower cliff band, then a rising leftwards traverse.


 Right Route, 4,I 4,I
0

  • P1
  • Alpine (Technical) 4
  • Alpine (Commitment) I

A steeper line, on the right of the lower cliff band, leading to the col on the East Ridge.


 Left Crack, 13 13 7m
0

  • P1
  • 13
  • 7m
  • Trad

The left-most crack on the summit bluffs and the first obvious line.


 Middle Corner, 14 14 12m
0

  • P1
  • 14
  • 12m
  • Trad

The easiest-looking crack and corner line in the middle of the summit bluffs, right of the steepest section.


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