– Lat/Long: 43.47° S 146.61° E

AsPrecipitous Bluff – Climbing, Hiking & Mountaineering information


Precipitous Bluff mountain guide

  • Elevation: 1145 m
  • Difficulty: Walk up
  • Best months to climb: January, February, March, December
  • Convenient center: Hobart

A large rock mountain spectaculary looming over New River Lagoon and the SOuthern Ocean on the South Coast of Tasmania. You need to climb from sea level to the summit. Fantastic views of mountains, the sea and the surrounding area in this very remote part of Tasmania. You need a multi trek or expedition to climb this mountain.

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10 other mountain peaks closest to Precipitous Bluff:

1. Pindars Peak (1230 m) 8.0 km
2. Adamsons Peak (1225 m) 22.1 km
3. Federation Peak (1274 m) 24.7 km
4. Hartz Mountains (Tasmania) (1253 m) 29.5 km
5. Mount Picton (1327 m) 35.2 km
6. Mount Anne (1423 m) 60.8 km
7. Terminal Peak (785 m) 63.7 km
8. Mount Lloyd Jones (982 m) 65.1 km
9. Secheron Peak (1068 m) 65.2 km
10. Right Angle Peak (954 m) 65.2 km