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From Enid Pass, follow the ridge or scree slopes to the summit.
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From near the mouth of Enid Stream (map ref. M31/813888), climb directly up through bush and scrub onto a broad spur (or gain the spur at its toe), which leads to an interesting rock scramble (summer) or snow arête (winter).
A Chappell, L J Dumbleton, Feb. 1932.