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Kahlpahlim Rock is the highest point in the Lamb Range, at a height of around 1300 metres above sea level. It is located along the Kahlpahlim Rock Trail in Dinden National Park.

Access issues

It is located in Dinden National Park.


The rock can be accessed on the Kahlpahlim Rock Trail in Dinden National Park.

Where to stay

Camping is available in Dinden National Park at the Upper Davies Creek Camping Area. A wide range of accommodation options is also available in nearby Cairns.


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Obvious crack on South face of North-West Peak. "NOT YET CLIMBED", massive trek to get there to cart gear for approx 15-30m climb that looks like it ends 3/4 of the way up. But feel free to try. Access top via fixed ropes on North face of NW peak


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