The track to Mt. Anne is one of the most beautiful areas in Tasmania. The ascent up Mt. Eliza at the beginning of the Mt. Anne track offers continual, unobscured, panoramic views of Lake Pedder while the alpine traverse across the Mt. Anne plateau offers spectacular 360° views of the multiple mountain ranges in Tasmania’s rugged Southwest National Park World Heritage Area. Climbing to the summit of Mt. Anne (1423m (4669’)), the highest mountain in Tasmania’s Southwest, however, is not for the faint-hearted.
This 360° view of Mt. Anne and Lake Pedder was taken not far from the summit. Although too small to see over this low resolution internet image, there are a handful of endangered Tasmanian wedge-tailed eagles (Aquila audax fleayi) soaring in this photograph.
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