How to see the Australian Alps without climbing a mountain

From the southern reaches of New South Wales, north-west Queensland and Tasmania, to the north-east of Western Australia and the Great Barrier Reef, it’s a rugged, remote and breathtaking journey to see all the amazing beauty and majesty of the Australian Alpine Region.

And if you’ve been following the news from Sydney for the past few days, you’ve probably been wondering what the fuss is all about.

Well, the answer is pretty simple: you’re looking at the world’s tallest mountain.

The summit of Mount Cook sits at an elevation of 6,564 metres (20,000 feet), with a peak elevation of 8,869 metres (25,000ft).

It’s the highest peak in Australia and, like all the world-famous peaks, it has been climbed several times over the centuries.

Mount Cook is one of two world’s highest peaks.

Photo: Supplied There are several theories as to how Mount Cook came to be, with one being that it was once a sacred site.

Other theories include that it’s because Mount Cook has an unusual geothermal history, which could explain why it is so difficult to climb.

But it’s also possible that Mount Cook is a natural phenomenon.

As you head towards the peak, you will notice that you are surrounded by spectacular scenery, including the stunning coastline and the breathtaking peaks of the Blue Mountains.

A couple of kilometres further down, the scenery is much the same, with the only difference being that the Blue Mountain has a different colour scheme.

This is because the Blue Lakes in Western Australia are made up of different coloured rocks.

If you’re keen to see this beautiful scenery, you can head back to the top of the mountain to take in the view.

While you are there, you may also be able to experience a bit of a hike if you head up the South Mountain Road.

After that, you are then able to visit the nearby Cairns River Valley, which is home to some of the most spectacular views of the Sydney Harbour.

Once you get to the peak of Mount Cooke, you’ll be able take in some spectacular views along the way.

Here are a few of the best spots you can visit:Ascot, near the base of Mount Stony RidgeThe Mount Seymour Trail to the summitAscott Peak, near Cairnhead, the summit of the Mount Seymour Mountains and the Blue Bay area.

In the evening, a beautiful view of the summit from the summit is also possible from the base, where you will be able enjoy the spectacular views.

Mount Seymour, near Mt Seymour.

Photo: ABC News The Blue Mountains in New South in Western South AustraliaThe Blue Lakes, located on the Blue Ridge.

Photo by James Pyle.

This is one way to get a bit closer to the Blue Hills than to Mount Seymour.

You can reach Mount Seymour by heading towards the Blue Valley, near Mount Seymour, from Mount Seymour or from Mount Stoney Ridge.

You can also drive up to the Mt Seymour Road and follow the Blue Lake Trail to reach the summit.

The summit is located just above the Blue River, and the view is spectacular from this vantage point.

With an elevation that rises to 8,921 metres (27,000 ft), the summit itself is quite spectacular, with a view of Mount Seymour from the top.