Mount Hack, also known as Yarrngarri Arraindanha Vambata, is a mountain peak in the Flinders Ranges of South Australia. Peak elevation is 1,043 metres (3,422 ft). According to the book Chequered Lives, it was named after Stephen Hack, younger brother of John Barton Hack.
By elevation Mount Hack is
# 31 out of 2917 in South Australia # 9 out of 1682 in Pastoral Unincorporated Area
By prominence Mount Hack is
# 6 out of 2917 in South Australia # 3 out of 1682 in Pastoral Unincorporated Area
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