Named by Scott Gilkison, ErniePresland and B.N. Challis who in 1935 spent a night on top finding it 'as cold as Charity.' The name was also consistent with finding an easy descent to the west in contrast to their steep ascent from the east above the Charity Glacier. This route provides rapid access to the upper Landsborough region from the Hopkins Valley.
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B.N.Challis, Scott Gilkison, ErniePresland, February 1935