|Reference||Title||Grade||Length||Quality||Bolts||Gone||Natural pro||Edit link|
|Armenian Direct||I 18||200m||
Four pitches of increasing difficulty and commitment on the front face of the pinnacle.
John McCallum, Tom Riley, 6 February 2013
|The Little Hard Climb||I 22||
P1: (20) friction slab then series of overhangs in weakness to belay at base of corner. P2: (22) corner with crux at top, which was turned on the arete/bulge on the right P3: (21) superb corner with crux exiting the corner to the right at the top, belay on col between peaks P4: final pitch of Armenian to main summit
Stephen Skelton, Kester Brown. Feb 2014.
|A little to the left (?)||21||
To begin either traverse in from above via the steep slabs to a gain a prominent ledge or rope up from below to add another pitch. P1: (21) 45m - From ledge climb obvious weakness's to right leaning slab to belay at the top of this P2: (21) 62m - Climb corner then step left onto steep slab, pull bulge then step right to join top pitch of Armenian Direct
Greg Jack, Jean Tompkins & Troy Mattingley. Feb 2014.
The pinnacle west of Taiaroa, above the glacier’s terminal lake.
saunter up from Dur camp
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