Beginning in the eastern corner of Kerr Bay, this walk climbssteadily through beech forest to a height of over 1650 metres.The lower section of the walk crosses moraine terracesdeposited by past glaciers. Above the bushline, there are spectacular viewsfrom Parachute Rocks, which gained their name from aparachute-shaped gravel scree located just to the north. Trees give way to snow tussock, sub-alpine shrubs and, higher still, alpine herb fields.
The track climbs from here to the ridge line, where you arerewarded by spectacular views of the surrounding areaThe truncated spurs of St Arnaud Range are evidence offurther glacial action at higher altitude. Return via the same route.