The day we stood at the highest point of Australian mainland – 2228 meters above the sea level, named by the Polish explorer Paul Edmund Strzelecki in 1840.
It is one of the easiest summit I have ever been to… maybe the easiest 🙂 We did the Main Range Walk – from Charlotte Pass. Signs say 22km, but we went to see the mountain lakes which added probably another 2-3km. Although it was sunny, it was quite cold because of the wind and frost in the morning.
Have a look at two other posts from that trip (On the way and Jindabyne Lake):
Lots of photographs below, it may take a moment to load all of them.