Mt Barney

Submitted: Monday, Nov 17, 2003 at 12:02
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Does anyone know of Mr Barney NP - SE Qld - part of the Main Range I think - staying with daughter in Kalbar at Chrissy and she has suggested a weekend camp there - she hasn't been - but knows where it is - just want to know what facilities are available etc - I know someone on here will know
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Reply By: SupaMav - Monday, Nov 17, 2003 at 14:14

Monday, Nov 17, 2003 at 14:14
check it out online here link text
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Reply By: Member - Mal (Brisbane) - Monday, Nov 17, 2003 at 15:10

Monday, Nov 17, 2003 at 15:10

There's also a lodge or resort there which offers various grades of accomodation from luxury to camping. Try a Mt Barney search.

Mal T
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Reply By: Member - Bruce and Anne - Monday, Nov 17, 2003 at 15:17

Monday, Nov 17, 2003 at 15:17
You can check it out in the mag Camping in
Southern & Central Queensland, put out by Martin Bowerman from Creek to Coast, pretty cheap to. Its on page 108.
Cheers Bruce MU-ving on
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Reply By: jules - Monday, Nov 17, 2003 at 15:22

Monday, Nov 17, 2003 at 15:22
Thanks - knew I couldn't go wrong asking here
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Reply By: Paul - Tuesday, Nov 18, 2003 at 00:04

Tuesday, Nov 18, 2003 at 00:04
It's the second highest mountain in Qld, tried to climb it about 5 years ago took a wrong track & nearly fell of a thousand foot cliff, don't try to climb it in summer as you can't carry enough water & there is not any at the summit. It was first scaled in about 1836 by Captain Logan.
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Reply By: Prado Boy - Tuesday, Nov 18, 2003 at 22:41

Tuesday, Nov 18, 2003 at 22:41

Mt. Barney (and neighbouring Mt. Lindsey) are places to be avoided (if bushwalking) in the summer heat. Mt. Barney is the second highest peak in SE Qld - and has many routes to the top. The 'easiest' - sometimes called Peasants Ridge by locals due to its ease of access - is the Southern Ridge. This is a 12 hour walk for most average walkers! There is no water available on either of these summits - and both have climbing routes on them (the summit of Mt. Lindsey can only be reached via a climb - ropes and climbing gear required for most climbing parties).

There is a great swimming area at lower portals - but this is far from the summit. If walking in summer - take at least 3 litres of water with you. If not familiar with the area - don't attempt the summit in the summer heat.

Other than that - its a nice enough spot - part of the ranges that radiate out from the Mt. Warning shield volcano area (and part of the scenic rim). Pretty country.

Prado Boy
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