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|Main Divide Ridges||
Once the Main Divide has been reached, travel involves steep, sometimes tricky rock.
Roger Chester, Alan Willis, John Pascoe, December 1930
From the head of the North Mathias River climb loose rock. A steep tower near the head of the ridge is passed on the glacier to the left and from here the Main Divide is reached west of the summit. Follow rock to the top.
Bruce Stinear, G C Burns, Rod Hewitt, February 1933
Yvonne Cook and Geoff Spearpoint, in association with the Canterbury Mountaineering Club
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