Waypoint 7 is where we left the trail, 8 is top trees below brown point, 9 is ridge, 10 is south summit and 11 is top.Down track went down ridge to col and down west side of drainage.We went further along the trail than suggested by Daffern or Kane in order to try intersect the ridge further along past the saddle and to avoid the notorious rubble slopes on the sides.We went up through the trees on a ramp on the east side of the major gulley and on rh side of that pshows the point and upper ridge -all rubble from either direction. Came down by this col -not best way We then had to go down a strip of open grass by drainage.rubble- not scree - ankle rolling rubble. Best to go up and down by brown pointAt south end of summit ridge before 1st downclimb. That ridge was all rubble as well. The brown point we came over to the left. Golf course and village in distance.Point we came over - our tracks faintly visible slanting down to right from halfway back on the side.From south end of summit ridge looking at a false summit and with none of the difficulties visible although we are standing on the first buttress and the first downclimb is 10 feet ahead.Summit ridge from side for perspective. Biggest/hardest downclimb at start and 6? more to go with a couple of slabs to climb and one 20 m section of knife edge. The slabs would have been tricky to dow1st buttress downclimb - went down near front edge/nose and back to left on ledges. Sonny and Alan Kane both have good pics of this.P7300138The ledges downsloped to the left and were a bit awkward.P7300140P7300141Back right towards nose of ridge. see page 10 in Kane. Inside corner with hand crack.Climbing back up this was not that hard but required arm strength and confidence. From here we went straight up the nose of the buttress versus the ledges we went down.Next down climb. First buttress in background.a couple more downclimbs later.From summit - but no difficulties visible on ridge.Remus, romulus and Glasgow, etc.