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The ice routes require a good winters worth of build-up to be good options, they regularly melt out to scree in the summers.

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SW Flank, 500m. Best descent from Leonie. Also enjoyable as a stroll to the summit. From the summit follow the snow crest to the top of the NW cliffs, then head south along the snow slope above the NW cliff for about 700m until the end of the cliffs. Either head down the right hand side of the glacier (steep), or scramble easily down the rocks at the end of the cliffs to a large flat area. Head rightwards (north) and down across a snow slope. At the base of this take the easy gully (entrance marked with a wooden stake) westwards so as to avoid the bio sites. This leads to the beach. If you're lucky you'll make it back to the depot without being eaten by skuas.

For ascent: from the depot follow the beach until past the green boulder. A Gully leads S, and up, then L around the bio sites to reach a snow slope. Cross this, head R and zigzag easily up until above all the rocks. Head leftwards, following the NW cliffs, to the summit. 1 and a half to 2 hours from the beach below NW gully.

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