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Hawk Fell

Jenolan 8930-3N
Gangerang (Dunphy)

339 487

1120 metres

Hawk Fell is a narrow ridge running between Mt Guouogang and Mt Queahgong in the Krungle Bungle Range.

The ridge is covered with broken rock of all sizes. There are a couple of level areas where walking is easier.

Hawk Fell is lightly forested and very exposed to the elements.

Kanangra-Boyd National Park (NSW)



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