Mt Gingera from Corin Dam

Mt Gingera from Corin Dam

Sat 08th Jun 2024



A classic trip via Stockyard Spur and Pryors Hut to Mt Gingera, with its ‘most photographed tree in the ACT’. Return via the ridge with grand views to Snowy Flats from SH1847. Around 20km and 1200vm climb. It will take me 10 hours. A small party. Sun times: 6:39am-7:07am-4:58pm-5:26pm.

Additional Information

Booking deadline

Thu 06th Jun 2024 07:00pm





Distance (km or hrs)

20km, 10 hours





Map name

8626-1N Corin Dam 1:25000 topo

Terrain information

Footpads, fire trail, off-track on the ridge. Very steep ascents and descents

Transport information

Communicated after bookings close

A walk or similar activity with a duration of a day or part day. No overnight gear required.

Date and Time

Start: Sat 08th Jun 2024 @ 06:30am
Approx Return: Sat 08th Jun 2024 @ 05:30pm
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