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Discussion in 'Backcountry' started by climberman, Mar 11, 2007.
nope, wrong state again and a bit more remote!
I think you will have people permanently stumped on this one. Give it one more day... and then we might have another image put up... or you could spill the beans!
In a national park in Western Australia. This rock is known by the same name as a well known rock feature just north of Melbourne.
PS It's big...the white dot is my 4wd!
It must be Hanging Rock, WA.
Maybe Breadon Hills? Western Aust
(Edit - I don't think Breadon Hills is a Nat Park so no idea)
Like SnowBlowey said: Hanging Rock, Rudall River NP, about 250km from Newman, WA?
Yep, Hanging Rock, Rudall River WA
A fantastic place, one of the most stunning places I have been to in Australia.
We even went back two years later on our Honeymoon when we hired a little Cessna and flew around WA, landing on what was left of the old airstrip after chasing the camels off it.
Sorry to hijack but I'm impressed with THAT idea for a honeymoon
back to the pics now
A few pages ago it was The Juggernaut's turn to post a pic. His computer had a block on uploading stuff or something, so he asked me to post it for him.
Somewhere in the Grampians? Never been there but i've seen a similar pic taken there. Can't be any more specific.
Castle Crag, Arapilies. Can't remember the name of this climb (it's a 10) but procul harem (26) goes up the overhang to the left.
edit...can't find my guide book on the shelf and thinking of who I might have lent it to Just googled it and they are now saying this climb (Trapeze) is now an 11? Bit hard to say that there is a difference I would have thought at that grade!
Damit everytime I look away some one posts a picture a could have got. I was about to do this climb about 5 weeks ago and massive storm hit drenching about 15 people on Tiger wall. We sat the rain out under the plethora of overhangs.
The extra grade could be for protecting the traverse. Newer guidebooks seem to factor this kind of thing in more.
The sign on the door says "No Horses Allowed". This is from January 1995.
Colin Todd Hut. I mean toilet.
Not Colin Todd. Further north. This has a fantastic longdrop.
I've never been to Colin Todd so I am just guessing huts that I haven't been to. Makes it kinda hard. Judging by the plushness it must be one of the major huts.
The new Australia Parliament House.
Yep, a well known NZ hut. It is possible (though I am not sure) that this toilet is no longer there as the hut was replaced some years ago. However the view as shown (from the balcony) should not have changed too much!
lol @ skifree!
And in English??
Hang on. I get it. Reading not my strong suit.
That's the dunny outside Pioneer Hut on upper Fox Glacier! top place, would love to be back there again - a loo with a view I tells ya!
OK. Stallie's having a rest.
From far left: North Ramshead, Clarke, Moraine Pass with Etheridge on skyline, Northcote, Kosci, Mueller and Townsend. Curruthers (out ofpic on extreme right). Bllue Lake/Main Range track below. Pic taken from small knoll before Twynam
I'm bit confused here. I agree re background looking approx SW from somewhere in Carruthers area - foreground looks like the track from Blue Lake turnoff to saddle with Carruthers off left, looking approx north
It looks like Teddy's has been repaired.
.. Legend pretty much has it. As does Graeme.
er..now I've got it and lost my confusion - I had in my head wrong bit of the track
Ijay's correct. Nat Park staff finished the chimney on the Vic Labour Day w/e.
I'll hop in. Easy one.
Top of Mt Bogong
Clue: the above photo is looking North, toward mainland Australia.
Clue2: the below photo is looking South.
Southern most point of Tassie mainland?
somewhere at the Prom?
south point, the prom - southernmost part of the mainland
what body of water, from where?
Thomson Dam (in better days) taken from above the Easton diversion.
Mallaoota Inlet (top lake) from Genoa Peak. Howe Range in background
Tallowa Dam (or at least the water being held back by tallowa dam)?
Albert Park lake taken from the top of the Carlton crest about 1 million years ago.
I second Legend's bid. Mallacoota Inlet, from GP.
Legend got it, backed up by VSG
First to see, will pick it. Anyone who gets it wrong should be pilloried.