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Travel is reasonable on the true left initially. At a large scree gully, bypass impenetrable scrub in the upper creek via tussock slopes into scree. At the head of the creek, climb south-east to reach the ridge at 1995m, just below a large buttress. Cross onto the Enid Stream side and climb snow or scree to the summit ridge. The north summit of Humboldt (Pk 2186m) can be climbed via a prominent couloir direct from the head of Caroline Creek, but a narrow and broken ridge joins it to the higher summit.
From Enid Pass, a steep and loose ridge leads to the summit.