How to get there:
The mountain summit is located at 76.18.848 north, 26.42.927 west.
This is a GPS measurement at the summit. Route description:
The mountain was climbed up the south-west ridge.
This is about the only place where one can easily access the
(red) cliff from the glacier. Comments:
The ascent on May 24. 2000 was a first ascent. A cairn was built
at the summit. The view was breathtaking, this nunatak is really the
last outpost before the vast icecap. The name Dot was inspired by
the Internet notation for Punktum (period) that plays the
corresponding role further north.