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Australasia, New Zealand, Autumn 2005-Autumn 2006, Canterbury Region, Summary

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Canterbury region, summary. Showing that there are still plenty of new things to do in the Southern Alps, if you are motivated, Guy McKinnon ventured alone onto the northwest face of Malcolm Peak (2,512m) to make the first ascent of this 500m greywacke face, at 14. Malcolm Peak is on the Main Divide between the Lyell Glacier and the Heim Plateau.

Mark Watson, New Zealand Alpine Club

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