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Namadgi NP - Mt Tennent - Rock Steps
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Mt Tennent, in Namadgi National Park - walking course starting from the Namadgi Visitors Centre and leading to the Mt Tennent summit. This walk is one of the more popular walks in Namadgi since it is closer to Canberra than many of the other walks within the park and offers a great view of the surrounding areas not just from the top but from various spots along the way also.


Rock steps - elevation 887m according to GPS. This segment of the walking track is composed of rock steps and in a couple of places the track skirts closely around a large  boulder, this location being one of them. This area is one of the steepest parts of the track.

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Chargée: 17/11/2011
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