Mount Geryon is a mountain in the Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park in Tasmania, Australia. It is the ninth highest mountain in the state.
It is a major feature of the national park, and is a popular venue with bushwalkers and mountain climbers. It has more than 40 ascent routes for climbers, some of which are over 300 metres in height; however, it is the impressive east face at 500 metres in height for which Mount Geryon is most popular.
There is a famous nearby tarn which is known as the ‘Pool of Memories’.
Grant Dixon’s work encompasses landscapes, abstract patterns in nature, wildlife, travel and adventure subjects. Grant lives in Tasmania and ventures frequently into the wild country of Australia’s island state. Grant has also travelled extensively, visiting parts of all seven continents. He is particularly attracted to cool climate regions and mountain landscapes, with many great images captured while participating in high latitude or high altitude expeditions. Grant’s images help to foster the strong Tasmanian tradition of photography helping to activate an awareness of the environment. He co-publishes the Wild Tasmania calendar and his illustrated articles have appeared widely in international outdoor, geographic, conservation and travel publications.