Mount Cobbler – Climbing, Hiking & Mountaineering

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Mount Cobbler

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  • Elevation: 1628 m
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Mount Cobbler Climbing Notes

Ian COOK from AUSTRALIA writes:

Walking in on the Little Cobbler track, or drive if the track is open. There is a &quot;gully&quot; that runs up the eastern side of the peak that peters out about 400m to the north of the summit. A working knowledge of rope work is essential. <br/> <br/>Avoid the western approach as there a many escarpments, with a high degree of ability required. Walk in from the road about 3km short Little Cobbler and keep the summit of Mount cobbler on your right. After three hours (1200m) there is easier going to the right. Be wary is it will take you to a dead drop with difficult climbing. The last 200m is a fairly easy scramble. <br/> <br/>Be prepared to be out overnight, and there is no water at the top. Good Luck.


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10 other mountain peaks closest to Mount Cobbler:

1. Mount Stirling (1749 m) 10.4 km
2. Mount Howitt (1742 m) 16.3 km
3. Mt Buller (1804 m) 17.1 km
4. Mount Buller (mountain) (1805 m) 18.5 km
5. The Horn (Mount Buffalo) (1723 m) 33.6 km
6. Mount Hotham (1861 m) 48.6 km
7. Mount Feathertop (1922 m) 50.8 km
8. Mount Terrible (1325 m) 56.0 km
9. Mount Wellington (Victoria) (1634 m) 56.4 km
10. Mount McKay (Australia) (1849 m) 59.8 km


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