At 7:30pm I reached the first few granite slabs and pitched my tent on a flat one. The scrub had been consistently mid thigh deep which made progress a little tiring. After dinner I was treated to a spectacular sunset which bathed the range in a rapidly changing glorious glow. My photos don't do it justice. I felt privileged to be there!
In the morning I gave myself a couple of hours to climb toward the range crest. Time constraints prevented me reaching the crest of the range so I settled for a cool granite peak with house-sized boulders surrounding a scubby summit basin. As I stood on top the wind changed and a westerly sprung up which, if I was drinking coffee, would be threatening to blow the milk out of it.
I strongly recommend this walk for anyone who has a fairly good sense for off-track walking. I'm looking forward to a longer trip next time.For more pics, check out my Facebook album here.