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Mount York, a mountain in the western region of the Explorer Range, part of the Blue Mountains Range that is a spur off the Great Dividing Range, is located approximately 150 kilometres (93 mi) west of Sydney, just outside Mount Victoria in New South Wales, Australia. Mount York has an elevation of 1,061 metres (3,481 ft) AHD and is a projection of the Blue Mountains dissected plateau, creating a promontory of the western escarpment with a minor rise at its summit.
Mountain in New South Wales, Australia
|Elevation||1,061 m (3,481 ft)|
|Location||Blue Mountains in New South Wales, Australia|
|Parent range||Explorer Range, Blue Mountains Range|
|Easiest route||Great Western Highway|
Mt York Rd