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Chicken Gate Rock
Australia

Standing at the top of Chicken Gate Rock on Mount Tibrogargan. This is where many will turn back and head back to their cars. The climb is easy until this part of the mountain, from here up it is a mix of rock climbing with good holds and clambering using all 4 limbs. From here you can see the highest mountain in the Glass house mountain range, Mount Beerwah, just to the right of Beerwah is Mount Coonowrin. Mount Coonowrin is the most difficult to summit on the range and climbing has been banned on it since 1999 due to concerns about the stability of the rock.

Copyright: David rowley
Type: Spherical
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Subida: 17/04/2011
Actualizado: 12/06/2014
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Tags: chicken; gate; rock; tibrogargan; glass; house; mountains; queensland; australia
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