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The North West Ridge was first climbed by Samuel Turner, Harold Hodgkinson, Jack Murrell and George Robertson on March 11, 1913, during the second ascent of the mountain. After climbing French Ridge and the Quarterdeck, they then travelled down the Bonar to reach the ridge near its junction with Shipowner Ridge.
Original North West Ridge
Samuel Turner, Harold Hodgkinson, Jack Murrell and George Robertson, March 11, 1913,