Follow the south bank of Stick-Up Creek to a spur that runs away to the south-east. Climb the spur until almost level with the hanging valley of Stick-Up Creek. Cross a small creek and follow a ledge to just above the waterfall. When the ledge ends climb over a small knob and drop through bush to the open creek-bed of the hanging valley. Halfway up the valley climb the south side to Lake Iceberg. From Lake Iceberg head up slabs above and west of the lake to reach the broad snowfields below Tutoko Saddle. Allow approximately one or two days travel to the head of the valley.