Grattai Mountain is the peak on the left. The peak on the right is Castle Top Mountain.
|Elevation||1,412 m (4,633 ft)|
|Location||New South Wales, Australia|
Grattai Mountain (1,412 m) is a located in the Nandewar Range, in northern New South Wales, Australia. It was formed around 21 million years ago, by the Nandewar Volcano. The mountain is protected in the Mount Kaputar National Park. It is rarely climbed due to its isolation, lack of walking tracks and the cliffs which almost encircle the summit plateau. For those who do make it to the top, a visitors log is located in a metal box underneath a large rock.
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