Traverse or sidle Sebastopol and follow the ridge, at the top using either the steep rock or the snowslope on the right (beware cornice). It is thought that Glenthorne shepherds may have climbed Mt Sebastopol (1468m) early in the 1800s. A really good day out early season combined with a descent via Mueller Hut or the Hoophorn Spur.
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Freda du Faur, Peter Graham, November 1910