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Summary

Frenchman's Cap is a 1,446 metre high mountain in Franklin-Gordon Wild Rivers National Park in the West Coast region of Tasmania.

Description

Known for its fantastic 400m high wall. Comprehensive online guide here: http://www.thesarvo.com/confluence/display/thesarvo/Frenchmans+Cap

Access issues inherited from Frenchmans Cap Area

It's a 25km hike from the Lyell Highway.

Approach

Less than an hour from the Tahune Hut (which is 25km from the Lyell Highway)

Where to stay

Tahune Hut

History

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First hand account of the first ascent of the main cliff by Bryden Allen: http://www.brydenallen.com/First_Ascent_of_the_Face_of_Frenchman's_Cap.html

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