The well-recognised peaks of the surrounding mountains that are known as the McPherson Range are best explored with an experienced guide.
Be confident in the knowledge that our expeditions are only led by experienced and fully qualified outdoor leaders. They come with a wealth of local knowledge, have wilderness first aid and navigation experience.
Check out our Events page to see when our next Expedition is scheduled, or give us a call to arrange your adventure. (A minimum of 4 is required for all activities)
Mt Barney Lodge offers Outdoor Leaders who can be booked in advance to guide you to these significant peaks:
A guided expedition up iconic Mt Barney via the South East Ridge, is the ultimate challenge. At 1359m, Mt Barney has been voted among the top five most challenging mountains to climb in Australia.
Although not as big as Mt Barney, climbing Mt Maroon at 965 meters is a challenge in itself! More...
Moon Rise on Maroon
'Moonrise on Mt Maroon' is a very special expedition as very few full moons fall on Saturday or Sunday night. More...
With such an impressive cliff line making this mountain look like a wedding cake, many people gaze and wonder how this mountain is climbed.
While Mt Ernest is a small peak among giants, you will feel engulfed by the majesty of Mt Barney and see a different perspective on the Mt Barney Massif.
Take a walk back through local history as this expedition takes you to the location and remaining fuselage of the Stinson Airliner crash that occurred in February 1937.
|prep time 10 mins||cook time 30-45 min, plus an extra 10 min to cool||serves 4 to 5|
1 cup cooked/tinned lentils or black beans
1 cup breadcrumbs
1 small onion, diced
1 cup of quick cooking oats
¾ cup of grated cheddar cheese
2 eggs, beaten
½ cup spaghetti sauce or tomato sauce
1 tsp garlic powder
1 tsp of dried or fresh basil
1 tsp of dried or fresh parsley
½ tsp of seasoning salt
¼ tsp of black pepper
Drain and partially mash lentils
Stir in onion, oats, breadcrumbs and cheese until mixed
Add egg, tomato sauce, garlic, basil, parsley, seasoning salt and pepper
Spoon into loaf pan that has been greased and lined
Smooth top with back of spoon
Bake at 250 degrees for 30-45 minutes until top of loaf is dry, firm and golden brown
Cool in pan on rack for about 10 minutes
Run a sharp knife around edges of pan then turn out loaf onto serving platter
*able to be frozen