Our third walk for the week really took the cake - as long as the previous two combined (at about 17kms) and probably about the combined elevation too (900m). We were both exhausted Saturday night, and a bit stiff and sore on Sunday, but once again the views were worth it. There was a great variety of vegetation, from tall timbers, to rainforested creeks, to sub-alpine plains and of course, the rocky summit. There's something about looking at mountains (including Cradle Mountain) from the top of another mountain. We even saw a few snakes. We're now camping in the shadow of Mt Roland while we get back to the real world of work (marking) for the week.