Track approaching Mt Barney
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Track approaching Mt Barney

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Hiking along the main track from Yellow Pinch to the the Eastern approach to the Mt Barney Summit.

In the scenic rim ancient extinct volcanic region in Queensland.

Dead trees from a long drough cover a grassy hill.

Cliffy Mt Barney towers above, while spectacular Mt Lindsay can been see West along the track.

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