Legges Tor

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Legges Tor is the name given to the summit of Ben Lomond

Legges Tor[1]
Legges Tor From Summit.jpg
Legges Tor from the summit looking towards the Ben Lomond (Tasmania) Ski Resort.
Elevation 1,572 m (5,157 ft)AHD[2]
Location
Location Tasmania, Australia
Range Ben Lomond (Tasmania)
Coordinates 41°31′59.37″S 147°39′31.84″E / 41.5331583°S 147.6588444°E / -41.5331583; 147.6588444Coordinates: 41°31′59.37″S 147°39′31.84″E / 41.5331583°S 147.6588444°E / -41.5331583; 147.6588444

Legges Tor is the name given to the summit of Ben Lomond in Tasmania, Australia. It is the second highest mountain in Tasmania and named after William Vincent Legge who explored the region.[3] It is a major feature of the national park, and is a popular venue with bushwalkers and mountain climbers. in Tasmania, Australia. It is the second highest mountain in Tasmania and named after William Vincent Legge who explored the region.[4] It is a major feature of the national park, and is a popular venue with bushwalkers and mountain climbers.

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  1. ^ "Placenames Tasmania". Department of Primary Industries, Parks, Water and Environment. 
  2. ^ "LISTmap (Legges Tor)". Tasmanian Government Department of Primary Industries and Water. Retrieved 2008-01-14. 
  3. ^ Giblin, L. F. and E. L. Piesse (1913). "The Height of Ben Lomond". Proceedings of the Royal Society of Tasmania: 5–13. 
  4. ^ Giblin, L. F. and E. L. Piesse (1913). "The Height of Ben Lomond". Proceedings of the Royal Society of Tasmania: 5–13. 

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