brettmeikle

brettmeikle

Lives in Australia South Island, Australia
Joined on Jun 4, 2008

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  • Replied in The edit has it!
    Mt Byron, Lake Petrarch and the Cuvier Valley. I was on Mount Little Hugel, or hill from the German. Worth noting that the second photo shows Mt Ida beyond Mt Olympus. Over to Max in the Antipodean ...
  • I was on a rocky mountain called 'hill', looking NNW.  Pointing the camera NNE yielded this view -
  • Replied in clue
    Not Barn Bluff, but geologically related.  This is a weeks walk south.
  • Replied in clue
    It's World Heritage here and hereabouts
  • I'll accept the name of the lake, the valley or the central peak.
  • Of course, because my offering fails on the 'uninhabited' part of your description. But yes, it's very close isn't it.
  • Going by the geology (again), I'd hazard at Orkney - and perhaps the broch at Gurness?
  • Should have stick with your hunch Brian, as it is Wellington...however the rock is dolerite, Tasmania having one of the world's biggest outcrops.  Makes for all those incredible polygonal columns. ...
  • If you can name the rock type that may narrow it down, but where are these summit boulder features?
  • Over to you!
  • Replied in Clue
    The mountain shares a name, the bay isn't a wineglass and the aspect is broadly north.  Max has it, now you should too
  • Have I ended the eternal quest for the world's most perfect beach?  And not a soul on it besides me and my lad! Where would you dip in this bliss?
  • Correct in every detail. I was exploring by MTB on a forestry road at the time. My late parents had a cottage (but 'n ben) at Port Lamont between 1976 and last year. The farm in the photo is where ...
  • Can anyone locate the road from which I took this and the small water body behind the town?
  • Less crowded, less dramatic perhaps, and a whole accent removed... I loved the place. The permutations for walking/climbing/caving/cycling and camping were unlimited in such a compact area.  Not ...
  • It's a small area of limestone pavement forming the inside angle of Wharfedale and Littondale. Named as such on OS maps (1:25000 and 1:50000) but perhaps not those available online. Gordale is a ...
  • But from Knipe Scar. And yes, ACGAS is filmed in this and other local villages. FREE TURN!
  • Oh yes....a brew of the hot stuff is guaranteed.
  • Not Swaledale.  I was standing on a 'scar' looking NNE at a village that is hot property.
  • Two clues out the traps - it's not Tasmania and it is in celebration of the recent reboot of a classic.
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