I got some nice photos and eventually managed to warm my hand up. Darron wanted to climb peak 958 but by the time we got to the top of the steep scree slope time was running out so we decided to drop back down the other side and continue on with our journey as we didn't have much day light left. It was a very steep descent down the scree slope on the other side and the last section on ice me and the doc slid down on our bums having great fun. High up on the rock face was this slab of rock that was perfectly balanced and defying gravity. It must have weighed twenty tones and was the size of a car. We theorised it must have snapped off and slid down slowly coming to rest where it is. Time in this place is measured thousands of years.
We spent the rest of the day circumnavigating the Central Masson Range in the relative warmth and comfort of the Hagglunds eventually heading back to Rumdoodle hut for the night after the sun had gone down about three thirty in the afternoon. The sunset and colours were amazing and it was a very enjoyable day with breath taking scenery in every direction.