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Timor Rock
Australia

A few kilometres west of Coonabarabran is Timor Rock. The path to the summit is quite difficult to follow and involves some easy grade rock climbing. This photo was taken from only part of the way up on the south side. Closer to winter time this part of the climb is in shade which makes the climb a bit easier and cooler.

Copyright: David rowley
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Uploaded: 26/04/2011
Updated: 12/06/2014
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Tags: timor; rock; warrumbungle; coonabarabran; national; park
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