Mother Cummings Peak
|Mother Cummings Peak|
|Elevation||1,255 m (4,117 ft)|
Location in Tasmania
|Location||Central Highlands, Tasmania, Australia|
|Parent range||Great Western Tiers|
The Mother Cummings Peak is one of the prominent peaks on the Great Western Tiers located in the Central Highlands region of Tasmania, Australia. With an elevation of 1,255 metres (4,117 ft) above sea level, the summit offers 360 degree views.
The summit can be reached in about 1 - 2 hours (depending on fitness), and the track is rather steep. Two walking tracks lead to the summit: one from the north via Mole Creek, and the other from the south from the upper Meander Valley.
- "LISTmap (Mother Cummings Peak)". Tasmanian Government Department of Primary Industries and Water. Retrieved 29 February 2008.
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