The Stacks Bluff is a peak in northeast Tasmania, Australia. The mountain is situated on the Ben Lomond plateau.
At 1,527 metres (5,010 ft) above sea level, it is the ninth highest mountain in Tasmania, and is a feature visible throughout the Tasmanian Midlands - prominent due to its extensive promontory cliff-line and exposed dolerite columns.
There's a trail called Stacks Bluff Track leading to the summit.
By elevation Stacks Bluff is
# 5 out of 252 in Northern Midlands # 10 out of 2906 in Tasmania # 5 out of 31 in Ben Lomond National Park
By prominence Stacks Bluff is
# 12 out of 252 in Northern Midlands # 3 out of 31 in Ben Lomond National Park
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