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Mt Cobbler
Victoria
The summit block of Mt Cobbler, Alt 1623m Another part of Victoria's Alpine National Park. A 2hr uphill walk is required to get to this peak, but the views are your reward. To the NNE sits the Mt Buffalo plateau - you can just make out Mt Horn on the plateau. The dead snow gums are a reminder of the last bushfires in the area.
Copyright: Kevin epps
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Uploaded: 01/02/2014
Updated: 12/02/2014
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Tags: peak; view; hike; national park
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