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Climb the waterfall wall on the left, traverse right and up a rock rib to the snowfields.
Ralph Miller, Lloyd Warburton, Dick Wood, 1957.
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Starting from the snowfield above Black Lake. The lower pitches involve sustained grade 17 climbing. The notch along the ridge may require a rappel. A 300m climb on good rock. Cross schrund to belay on the slab. Work your way up the slabs to belay on the ledge at the top of the right- facing corner.
Bill Blee, Ralph Miller, Mar 1957.
The gully on the north side of the East Ridge offers an easy ascent and descent early in the summer, but the snow slope soon breaks up to expose steep slabby rock above the schrund. The rock on the East Ridge offers an alternative if the snow is broken. The original party descended the Traverse Pass route.
George Moir, Ken Roberts, Harry Slater, Bob Sinclair, 1924
From Gertrude Saddle follow slabs and snowfields to the pass. An easy route to the summits of Talbot and Macpherson. Gully left of Traverse Pass This is a loose rock couloir to the ridge beyond the steps above Traverse Pass.
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