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The summit of Mauka Atua is a one km long ribbon of narrow ridge. Follow the south branch of Bush Stream until 1450m altitude is reached and choose a route to the summit. The East Face appears broken and loose but excellent progress can be made up a streambed to reach the ridge 500m north of the summit.
First ascent uncertain, but climbed by Ross Cullen, March 1989