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The Arethusa Glacier has a couple of icefalls that need to be passed. See the Arethusa Glacier notes above. From the 1940m contour, the usual route is to sidle up snowslopes onto a shoulder off Mt Hulka and cut back south east onto the plateau. A short steeper scramble on rock and gravel leads to the highpoint at 2424m. Between the icefalls in the Arethusa, it is sometimes possible to head south up the true right of an icefall that drains Hulka and Farrar, offering a more direct approach to the plateau north west of Mt Farrar.
From the Arethusa Glacier