Distance: 3.9 km (2.0 DOC hours) - Unmarked route, clear - Easy-moderate terrain
Altitude: 1332m to 1486m. Gain: 357m. Loss: 341m . Gradient: 10 deg (Moderate)
Skills: Alpine weather (2/7) Winter - Iceaxe/crampons (4/7)
GPX info source: Drawn on map
From pt1415 to pt1434

From Pt1415 above Dundas Hut, the well-trodden (but unmarked) track continues SW with sharp climbs and descents to Logan (1500m) and Mt Dundas (1499m). Care is required in bad weather on Mt Dundas to select the correct ridge: from the trig point head at 185 degrees, dropping steeply, and avoiding the more obvious ridge which continues a short distance SW before ending in bluffs. There is no obvious ground trail along this section and it is not marked / poled.

From Dundas the ridge continues climbing and falling over a series of small peaks (pt 1437 and pt 1424 being the only ones marked on the map). Pt1424 is the junction with the shark-toothed Bannister Range, joining from the east. A fun, challenging route towards Cattle Ridge / Cow Creek / Blue Range - in good conditions.

Created by: Madpom on 2015-06-20. Experienced: 2015-03-21