Mt Tuhawaiki

(9 routes)

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Reference Title Grade Length Quality Bolts Gone Natural pro Link to edit content
Over the Rain Bro II 19
wire representing trad 2
P1: traverse in above roofs from right. find a way up the wall, angling up and left towards weakness feature P2: head up the crack/weakness P3: continues up the weakness, passing a loose section which would be better avoided by climbing left P4: corner to crack on right with steep short off-width at top P5: excellent climbing on the left arete P6: continue up the buttress to top, take a photo on top of the pointy boulder overlooking the Hollyford.
Kester Brown, Greg Jack, Troy Mattingley. Feb 2014
Weigh a Pie II 19
7 pitches in total. First 5 pitches up broken buttress. P6 is a good quality grade 19 corner. P7 is and very traditional crack/chimney pitch that goes at about 14.
Mike Buchanan, Kieran Parsons. 11/2/15
South East Ridge I
From Rainbow Lake climb around to the snowfield and cross this to reach the upper part of the ridge.
Alex Dickie, Jim Speden, February 1937
Walk-off Spur I 16
wire representing trad
Good climbing on the sharp-edged spur between the Rainbow Lake and Boulder Basin catchments. Walk off on the Boulder Basin side when the spur levels off (though it'd be worthwhile continuing on to join the North Ridge to the summit).
John McCallum, Tom Riley, Dave Vass, February 2013
North Ridge
Follow a broad ridge to the summit.
John Cocks, Richard Whinham, Al Smith, Pete Glasson, January 1972
West Ridge
First climbed from the Te Puoho via the couloir on Taiaroa and traversing show slopes to the ridge.
A M Green, Jim Milne, Richard Stewart, January 1959
Craig Jefferies


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Mountain Rothorn (3 routes)