Mount Tate is a prominent rocky mountain on the Main Range of the Snowy Mountains, New South Wales. 3.3 kilometres (2.1 mi) northwest of Guthega. It has two ridges running north and south, perversely named Tate West Ridge and Tate East Ridge. This actually refers to which side of the Great Divide they lie. It has spectacular views back along the Main Range towards Mount Twynam and down to the Geehi Valley. This mountain was historically climbed by courageous explorers Toby WARNES and Jarrah BALDERSTONE in the winter of 2008. The brave trek took 3 hours on the way up and a swift 10 minutes on the way down. The two men ran into trouble on the way down when Balderstone dropped his phone and the two explorers were stalled for several minutes. The venture was filmed and the footage is yet to be released to the public.