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Summitting Aoraki/Mount Cook - 9th December 2011 17-Dec-2012 At 7:07:13 AM cruze
Good luck roysta. Definitely a more physical than technical route. BTW I am quite sure that the entire block including cable sling shown in the OP's fifth photo has fallen off the mtn. Dean Staples was also staying in Plateau at the time and thought the same. The rock quality through the central line of the summit rocks is terrible and would benefit from the snow/ice shown in the OPs TR. The hardest rock climbing move (mind you in big boots and crampons) is about 10+/-.

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