The gate located approx 6.4 km from the Sassafras Camping Area.
Part of the track passing through the Strang Gully area, past Newhaven Gap.
Camp Rock located just off the track, past the sign at the border of the Former Artillery Impact Area.
Entering "The Vines", a remnant rainforest area .
Rainforest area beside Quilty's Mtn.
The track beside Quilty's Mtn in a dense rainforest area, once used by timber cutters to haul their valuable loads from the gullies surrounding Quilty's Mtn. This huge log is all that remains of a bridge constructed during that time.
Rainforest beside Quilty's Mtn.
Another mossy glen beside Quilty's Mtn. A great place to stop for lunch.
Continuing on the track.
Abundant fresh flowing water at Styles Creek.
Our tent site at Styles Creek.
The camp fire place and slab seating at Styles Creek.
Heading across the Styles swamp towards Mt Haughton, with the magnificent Quilty's Mtn in the background.
Climbing the ridge leading up to the base of Mt Haughton.
The first overhang as you reach the base of Mt Haughton.
The Haughton Hilton, complete with log seat. A great spot for morning tea.
Another view of the Haughton Hilton.
The Anvil on the top of Mt Tarn.
Looking back towards Mt Tarn and the ridge we had to climb when we took the wrong route off Mt Tarn. We camped at the creek in this valley after a lot of bush bashing. Some more bush bashing the next morning and we stumbled across the track coming from Wog Wog near Bibbenluke Mtn.
The base of Mt Cole reached after walking from the Bibbenluke Mtn area.
Climbing up the narrow pass between Mt Cole and Mt DonJon, entering the Monolith Valley.
The track between Mt Cole and Mt DonJon.
The Seven God's Pinnacles in the Monolith Valley.
Looking into Hollands Gorge from The Seven Gods Pinnacles.
The green room in the Monolith Valley.
The Green Room.