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200m. On entering Central Gully just as it narrows break out up and right over/between small rock buttresses. Continue trending rightwards to finish between the two small trianglular buttresses at the the right hand (north) side of the face that look like 'cats ears' in the pictures of the face.

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AntMayer 17 Apr, 2016 Solo Was aiming to climb Central Gully but just as I was reaching the narrow section a small avalanche/slough came down the gully. I was just off to one side so I was ok but I was unenclined to commit to the narrow section. Headed off up and right instead looking for a safer alternative. Climbed over a couple of small rocky sections and then headed over rightwards towards the 2 small summit buttresses. Visibility was poor but I had a picture of the face to help me work out where I was. The route steepened for the last few metres but there wasn't much in the way of a cornice.
Was aiming to climb Central Gully but just as I was reaching the narrow section a small avalanche/slough came down the gully. I was just off to one side so I was ok but I was unenclined to commit to the narrow section. Headed off up and right instead looking for a safer alternative. Climbed over a couple of small rocky sections and then headed over rightwards towards the 2 small summit buttresses. Visibility was poor but I had a picture of the face to help me work out where I was. The route steepened for the last few metres but there wasn't much in the way of a cornice.
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