From Bannister Rock

Type: 
Alpine
Description: 
The route of the first ascent of Lyttle Peak is unknown, but the easiest route appears to gain the steep south-eastern snow face at the bottom left, through a break in the line of bluffs below the face. To reach this point from the Lyttle-Darkwater confluence, ascend a tussock ridge past numerous large boulders, an then traverse north across the top of a prominent waterfall to gain a sloping shelf leading towards Lyttle Peak.
Pitch(es): 
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Grade: 
III 3
Quality: 
0
Gone: 
0
Length: 
0m
Bolts: 
0
Natural pro: 
0
Ascent: 
Tom Sheerhan, George Bannister, 1931
UUID: 
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