This Pass is one of the most hated and revered by all climbers in the Park. In addition to being the highest pass (1,200 meters above sea level), to reach it you must overcome a slope of 600 meters for 4 hard kilometers and, when you are at the top, descend for another 4 km. This section is really exhausting, after one hill overcome, another appears and so on until it begins to undermine the hiker's morale. But the views from the top of the South Ice Field make it all make sense.