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Where is this snow?

By johnboy - 21 July 2013 21

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This in from Ben Dover, can anyone help him find the snow?

I took this this morning, looking from Stromlo, across Woden. Does anyone know which hill the snow in the distance is on?

Cheers M’dears.

B-D

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21 Responses to
Where is this snow?
bundah 3:04 pm 22 Jul 13

Perhaps you could try this link,oh and I think it’s actually Yarrow Peak

http://www.bonzle.com/c/a?a=p&p=33300&cmd=sp

Ben_Dover 2:58 pm 22 Jul 13

dungfungus said :

Good map here: http://www.carwoola.org.au/carwoola_map
Drive up the top of Radcliffe Estate.

Where on that map is Yarrow pic mate, thanks for the map, but I cannot see where it is.

dungfungus 12:43 pm 22 Jul 13

Ben_Dover said :

Thanks all!

I may try a trip out to Yarrow Pic area on my next day off, will post images if I do.

Good map here: http://www.carwoola.org.au/carwoola_map
Drive up the top of Radcliffe Estate.

BimboGeek 11:21 am 22 Jul 13

What about a snowy hikes? Any mountains with easy access and a white cap?

Ben_Dover 11:00 am 22 Jul 13

Thanks all!

I may try a trip out to Yarrow Pic area on my next day off, will post images if I do.

c_c™ 10:10 am 22 Jul 13

sepi said :

there is heaps of snow around, but no easy ways to pop out and see some.

Corin forest is covered (see this pic
http://www.canberratimes.com.au/act-news/cold-snap-expected-to-continue-early-in-the-week-20130721-2qcyd.html )

but they are closed, as they cna’t handle the crowds.

there must be some way they could do it. Loads of people just want to pop out somewhere, throw a couple of snowballs and go home, without driving all the way to cooma.

I’d be interested to know where you heard that explanation.

Last year I had a chat to some people from TAMS who had just shut the gate. Their explanation was as soon as there’s a couple of cm of snow over the road, they need to send people home and close it. There was only a handful of people and it was mid-week so definitely not a crowd issue.

sepi 8:48 am 22 Jul 13

there is heaps of snow around, but no easy ways to pop out and see some.

Corin forest is covered (see this pic
http://www.canberratimes.com.au/act-news/cold-snap-expected-to-continue-early-in-the-week-20130721-2qcyd.html )

but they are closed, as they cna’t handle the crowds.

there must be some way they could do it. Loads of people just want to pop out somewhere, throw a couple of snowballs and go home, without driving all the way to cooma.

EvanJames 12:00 am 22 Jul 13

The Talleganda Ranges behind Hoskinstown were dusted for most of the day, but they have thick trees on, and that hill’s bare. Might be the line rearing out of Googong maybe.

dungfungus 10:16 pm 21 Jul 13

troll-sniffer said :

patrick_keogh said :

Looks like the ridge line out behind Googong Dam. The peaks there are just over 1000m so plenty high enough to have snow.

Yep.. Draw a line in Google Earth to the right of the hospital from Stromlo and you end up in the higher country between Googong Dam and Wanna Wanna Road. Interesting that they look so high from that telephoto angle.

As I said, Yarrow Pic.
http://itouchmap.com/?c=as&UF=-1611769&UN=-2275074&DG=MT

troll-sniffer 9:50 pm 21 Jul 13

patrick_keogh said :

Looks like the ridge line out behind Googong Dam. The peaks there are just over 1000m so plenty high enough to have snow.

Yep.. Draw a line in Google Earth to the right of the hospital from Stromlo and you end up in the higher country between Googong Dam and Wanna Wanna Road. Interesting that they look so high from that telephoto angle.

dungfungus 6:54 pm 21 Jul 13

That is Yarrow Pic.

patrick_keogh 2:17 pm 21 Jul 13

The highest peak in that area is Yanununbeyan (in the N.P. of the same name) which I think is about 1200m.

molongloid 2:17 pm 21 Jul 13

That’s Mt Campbell.

crappicker 2:15 pm 21 Jul 13

It may be the Tinderry Range. I would say you are looking southeast from Mt Stromlo. The saddle in the foreground looks like part of the Red Hill-Isaacs Range between Mugga Quarry 1 (visible, but shaded) and Mugga Quarry 2 (not visible).

patrick_keogh 2:13 pm 21 Jul 13

Looks like the ridge line out behind Googong Dam. The peaks there are just over 1000m so plenty high enough to have snow.

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