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Heading up on climber's left of the drainage.There's smatterings of trails but the route is pretty obvious - follow the line of trees like Nugara suggests.Looking south off the ascent slopes towards Pincher Ridge.Fall colors as I work my way climber's right through the larch forest on the ridge. I was covered with larch needles after this!I will trend right up the obvious break here and then eventually back left.Looking down the gully as I cross it climber's right.Looking up the terrain I scrambled - loose rock means you should wear a brain bucket here.Looking off the ridge near where I had to traverse climber's left - obviously the terrain at left here isn't scrambling anymore! Gladstone (L) is visible.This is NOT scrambling terrain anymore. I'm sure it goes, but to stay scrambling you have to traverse back to climber's left to access the summit block on moderate terrain.Looking west towards Victoria Ridge left of center and Windsor and Castle Peak to the right of center.Looking south towards Drywood and Pincher Ridge.Windsor and Castle Peak.Table Mountain from the summit of Victoria Peak.