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Mount Huxley is a mountain in the West Coast Range, Tasmaniamarker, named by Charles Gould in 1863 after Professor Thomas Henry Huxley.

A smaller of the west coast range mountains, with a large 200 metre outcrop/rock face on its southern side above the King River gorge just west of the Crotty Dam - parts of which are visible along the river gorge from the West Coast Wilderness Railway where it commences following the King River.

Location

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Huxley showing rocky outcrop on South face above the King River Gorge


Access

A very rough track approaches the mountain from the North, and from the South Queenstown area. The southern side is sheer cliff into the King River Gorge.

References

2003 edition - Queenstown: Municipality of Queenstown.
1949 edition - Hobart: Davies Brothers. ; ASIN B000FMPZ80
1924 edition - Queenstown: Mount Lyell Tourist Association. ; ASIN B0008BM4XC


Map source

  • Tasmania 1:25 000 Series Map Owen 3833 Edition 2 2001


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