Devils Backbone

(4 routes)

From the col between the Backbone and Mt Farrar, steep rock leads to the top of the Devils Backbone. A snow couloir descends to a col west, then loose rock leads to the highest point on the Vertebrae. However, reasonable rock exists at various places on the points of the backbone.
The highest peaks on the Devils Backbone were climbed after an ascent of Mt Farrar by Peter Bain and Colin Burrows, 7 Jan 1953.

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