Classic climbs. Many variations exist on the face. The far left buttress, the gully between the buttresses, and a narrow gully right of the Right Buttress have all been climbed. The most prominent routes are:
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|Left Buttress||3+ 10||
From the névé, 200m of pleasant scrambling on good rock (crux 10) is followed by 40o snowslopes and final exit gullies onto the South Summit. Superb climbing.
Jim Jolly, John Stanton, Dec 1969.
|Right Buttress||4- 15||
Excellent rock climbing, best followed up a weakness on the right side (crux 12), although the centre of the buttress has been used (crux 15). Follow the snowslope to exit onto the South Summit.
Graeme Dingle, Peter Gough, George Harris, Murray Jones, J Andrews, Dec 1967.
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