The north western end of the Central Plateau offers spectacular walking. Easy access to Lake McKenzie gets you into some of the most extensive alpine and sub alpine terrain in the state.
This heavily glaciated country is bounded on the north and west by big escarpments and deep valleys, and stretches off into more forested landscapes to the east and south. Two rough tracks get you into the Plateau proper, and there are endless possibilities for travel through this open and exposed mountain country.
This is a 4 day walk, which takes in the higher ridges of Turrana Heights and Turrana Bluff, through to the Long Tarns and back out via the Higgs Track.
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May 26, 2013 at 7:17 pm
I’ve not seen pictures of this area before, great photo – looks so interesting!
May 28, 2013 at 5:37 pm
Thanks for the post Cam.
It’s an area new to me.