Mount Zero is made up of carboniferous sandstone, amongst the oldest in Victoria. It is the northernmost point of the Grampians. The walk to the top is on the same path as the walk back, although there is short diversion through a narrow gap in the rocks.
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It looks worse that it actually is.
The Grampians most inaccurate sign, I think. Iit’s actually about 1.4 km.
Where the walk starts. You can see the track up to Mount Stapylton.
Egernia saxatilis - lost a bit of its tail
Part of the Grampians flora.
Very old rocks.
Well known brand of olive oil.
You can just see the cairn and surveyors mark
Looking Eastwards towards Stawell
Starting from North
An old topograph reset in a newer cairn.
Contains the topograph.
You can also Hollow Mountain in the foreground. It is difficult to see.