Mt Annan

(6 routes)

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Type: 
Mountain
Altitude: 
2934m
Lat/Lon: 
-43.526836090000, 169.170643900000
Reference Title Grade Length Quality Bolts Gone Natural pro Edit link
North East Ridge 2
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From the Tasman Glacier: Ascend easy rock. This is a good descent route.
Hugh Chambers, Jack Clarke, Feb 1912.
Couloir Route 2+
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From the Tasman Glacier: Ascend the gully beside the North East Ridge.
J B Waterhouse, Feb 1966.
Annan Buttress 3+
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From the Tasman Glacier: Ascend three prominent rocksteps on good rock, interspersed with short snow sections between the rock steps.
B Dawkins, Bob McKegg, B Poppelwell, W Stephenson, Dec 1968.
Annan-Darwin Traverse 3+
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From the Tasman Glacier: A long rock ridge involving five (but you might find more) major rock steps of dubious quality rock.
D Smyth, J B Waterhouse, Feb 1966.
South East Ridge 2
0
From the Darwin Glacier; This is reached from the glacier via the saddle at the head of the Darwin Glacier, or over Haeckel Peak, and provides little difficulty.
R M Crockett, W G McClymont, F F Simmons, Dec 1934 (via Haeckel Peak).
East Rib 3
0
After negotiating the step between the two arms of the Mannering Glacier, move quickly onto the rib via slopes between Mt Annan and Peak 9144, to gain the crest of the rib. Head up wide snow slopes interspersed with rock bands to arrive within a few feet of the summit.
Bob Gunn, John Nankervis, John Wild, Dec 1968
Attribution: 
Alex Palman

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