– Lat/Long: 42.27° S 145.54° E

AsMount Sorell – Climbing, Hiking & Mountaineering information


Mount Sorell mountain guide

  • Elevation: 1144 m
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Mount Sorell Climbing Notes

Jameson Fegan from AUSTRALIA writes:

Mt. Sorell is a great climb with a medium difficulty.

It is best to climb during summer to avoid the rainy winter season of Tasmania.

Take enough gear for a two to three day hike in case the weather turns bad and be prepared to get your feet wet, depending on the month.

Hiking with someone is also recommended due to the terrain.


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10 other mountain peaks closest to Mount Sorell:

1. Mount Strahan (855 m) 4.0 km
2. Mount Darwin (Tasmania) (1033 m) 4.2 km
3. Mount Jukes (Tasmania) (1168 m) 11.5 km
4. Mount Huxley (Tasmania) (926 m) 15.9 km
5. Mount Owen (Tasmania) (1146 m) 20.0 km
6. Frenchman's Cap (1444 m) 23.7 km
7. Mount Lyell (Tasmania) (917 m) 25.3 km
8. Mount Sedgwick (1146 m) 30.6 km
9. Mount Geikie (1191 m) 34.1 km
10. Mount Gould (Tasmania) (1491 m) 34.6 km