Du Cane Range
Peaks of the Du Cane Range from the Labyrinth region, 2014
|Elevation||1,520 m (4,990 ft)|
|Range coordinates||Coordinates: |
|Age of rock||Jurassic|
|Type of rock||dolomite|
An unnamed peak on the main ridge of the Du Cane Range has an elevation of 1,520 metres (4,990 ft) above sea level and is the eleventh highest mountain peak in Tasmania. Major peaks in the range include The Acropolis, Mount Geryon, The Parthenon, Mount Eros, Mount Hyperion, Mount Massif, Mount Achilles, and Falling Mountain. Tasmania's highest peak at an elevation of 1,617 metres (5,305 ft) is nearby, but not in the Du Cane Range.
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