Little Hector, a high point (3125 M) on the ridge North of glaciated Mount Hector almost defeated me. After a bad initial route choice left me on an airy ridgewalk, and then a sketchy traverse and partial downclimb across steep slabs, I was treated to very harsh light which meant that only two photos (with the medium format camera) were taken that day. If this wasn’t enough, I was forced into a thick bushwhack for the last 45 minutes. Fun! In the end, I was rewarded with a great view of the Molar Passes, Hector Lake, and the Hector glacier. The Google Earth data is also very good for this area, so I may use it for the project.