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Access the Nansen Glacier as outlined above. From the col to the east, the peak has been climbed up broken rock, moving over towards the south face higher up.
J Harrison, B Waterhouse, L G Osborne, B H Williams, December 1953
Point 2413m ‘Mt Allan Dick’
This peak on a ridge south-west of Mt Loughnan is well recognised in alpine literature from the 1950s,
but is not named on current maps. It was named by the first ascent party after Allan Dick of Lilybank
Station, who was very supportive of many climbing parties.