Razorback Ridge including Razorback Hill and Mt Bryan seen from the east.

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Below is a miniature of a panorama of the whole of the Razorback Ridge seen from a vantage point on the Mt Bryan East Road that runs more or less parallel to the east side of Razorback Ridge. The massive whaleback Razorback Hill is the nearest and most prominent peak in the panorama and Mt Bryan is the furthest peak in the distance. The distance between those two peaks as the crow flies is about 6 km. Go here and then click on the image that displays to see the panorama at full size, and it can also be seen in various sizes on Flickr here.

Below: This panorama of the east side of the Ridge was taken from the same location as the above panorama, but with a lot more zoom so you can see more detail. The panorama can be seen full-size here (click on the link and then click on the image that displays) and on Flickr at full and other sizes here.

Below is a miniature of a 13-photo panorama of Razorback Ridge taken from the east side, approximately equidistant from Mt Razorback and Mt Bryan. The distance from the summits of Mt Razorback and Mt Bryan at each end of the Ridge is pretty close to 6 km. On this eastern side of the Ridge you can see that the Ridge drops quite quickly to the dissected plain below. On the west side, long ridges and hills extend westwards with deep valleys between. Go here and then click on the image that displays to see the panorama at full size, or go to Flickr to see it at full and other sizes here .

Below is a view of Mt Bryan (with the prominent communications tower on the summit) seen from approximately the south-east.


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