A very good walk, although the first 500 m is not for the fainthearted. A good alt name would Mt ManySteps. The initial climb is very steep and should not be accomplished too fast as you WILL tire before you reach the saddle. The last portion of the walk is quite comfortable towards the peak. As with most summits, a rock cairn marks the summit. This time of the year the flowers and the views are absolutely wonderful. We wanted to hike to the second and third peaks and we found a path leading off south just at the top of the climb. It was quite hard to follow, very overgrown but does take you to the other peaks, one is a huge rock and one a summit similar to the main peak. All in all, this hike is a very good one and as with all Stirling Range walks, very satisfying to complete.