Here’s a view looking east through the incomparable Western Arthur Range with Lake Oberon in the foreground. Possibly the most beautiful landscape I’ve ever been in, and a challenging one to travel through. The area you see in the photo wasn’t traversed until 1960 ! In the central part of the range there’s for all practical purposes only one way through and no way out except for the range buttresses Alpha Moraine at one end and Kappa Moraine at the other. In just about every fold of the range is a lake, or lakes, similar to Lake Oberon.
In the far dstance, at the one o’clock position, is Federation Peak in the Eastern Arthurs.