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Mt Queahgong

Jenolan 8930-3N
Gangerang (Dunphy)

353 501

1170 metres

Mt Queahgong is a mountain in the Krungle Bungle Range between Hawk Fell & Mt Jenolan.

There are 2 high points on Mt Queahgong, a high spot at the north eastern end & a longer high area to the south west. Both areas are a similar height.

The surface is mostly broken rock, in some places quite narrow.

The easiest approach to Mt Queahgong is along the Krungle Bungles, north west from Hawk Fell or south west from Mt Jenolan.

Fairly thick forest means there aren't many views from Mt Queahgong.

There are relics from an old aeroplane crash not far from the summit - you will have to look carefully as you pass by. 

Kanangra-Boyd National Park (NSW)



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