Mount Tate (New South Wales)
The view southeast from Mount Tate
|Elevation||2,068 m (6,785 ft) |
|Prominence||188 m (617 ft) |
|Isolation||5.59 km (3.47 mi) |
New South Wales
|Location||Snowy Mountains, New South Wales, Australia|
|Parent range||Main Range, Great Dividing Range|
|Easiest route||Walk (hike)|
With an elevation of 2,068 metres (6,785 ft) above sea level, Mount Tate has two ridges running north and south, perversely named Tate West Ridge and Tate East Ridge, referring to the side of the Great Divide where they lie. It has spectacular views back along the Main Range towards Mount Twynam and down to the Geehi Valley.
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- Geehi Bushwalking Club, (2001) 8th ed. Snowy Mountains Walks, Canberra: National Capital Printing. ISBN 0-9599651-4-9
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