On the drive up to the Razorback Trailhead in the morning. It snowed here just a week ago.
Map and profile of our walk up to Feathertop. Note, there’s still 10.5km of descent to do after that.
All rugged up and ready to go.
Late summer flowers on the Razorback walk. (Photo: R Jay)
Late summer wildflowers. Razorback (Photo RJ)
This is one of the most iconic walks in Australia. Razorback. (Photo R.J)
Tricky walking on parts of the path.
It’s out there … somewhere.
Not there yet, but still smiling.
And the layers came off … Steve’s complaint, “How come this can go on the internet for the world to see, but I wasn’t allowed to turn around.” (Photo R.Jay)
On the way up. Razorback.
The track varied in quality. But onwards it went – right to the furtherest, highest peak seen here.
Such a beautiful section of the walk, with Feathertop in the background.
The intrepid walkers.
The overcast skies made walking pleasant, even if a bit dark.
The Alps from the Razorback walk.
From the top of Mt Feathertop.
Ric and Gill, on the way up.
Gill, enjoying the flowers with Mt Feathertop in her sights.
We did it! Mt Feathertop is now behind us!
Ric and Gill, just finishing the descent of Mt Feathertop.
Late afternoon light on the valleys and reflecting off the tree trunks as we descended.
We’re on the top of Mt Feathertop, and yes, that glider is lower than us, and no it’s not landing.
Gill and I selfie at the bottom!!!!