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Gasper Buttress

Jenolan 8930-3N
Gangerang (Dunphy)

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210 - 1000 metres

Gasper Buttress is a steep spur running from north east Mt Jenolan down to the Coxs River, almost 1.7 kilometres away.

Gasper Buttress seperates Gasper Gully and Gasper Creek.

It is sometimes used as a route to Mt Queahgong by people doing the 3 Peaks.

Gasper Buttress is very narrow at the bottom, almost tucked away between to gullies. Once located though it is a natural route to Mt Jenolan.

There aren't many views until the rocks near the top, The Gaspers, are reached.

Kanangra-Boyd National Park (NSW)

Konangaroo

Westmoreland

Gasper Buttress
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