|Walkers||Jim Grelis, Merv Trease, Frank Zgoznik and Peter Campbell|
- Lake Rhona and Denison Range – fantastic scenery and easy walking on alpine heathland
- Lake Curly – a magical glacial lake, but hard to get to. Good trout.
- King William Range; all peaks I, II, III are excellent – more fantastic scenery and easy walking on alpine heathland
- Button grass plains into Denison Range – most parties are now coming in via the shorter Ritchia Creek track
- Getting from Bonds Craig to Lake Curly – lots of heavy scrub
- The Gell River – mostly choked with heavy scrub
- The Bombardier track – very overgrown and heavy scrub in places
- Getting from the Northern airstrip to the King William Range – heavy scrub and lots of button grass plains
- We think that doing separate 4-7 day walks into the Denison Range / The Spires and the King William Range would be more rewarding than connecting the two ranges. This avoids the scrub in between them.
- A GPS was very handy when navigating in fog and clouds
- Take an EPIRB or satellite phone – these areas are very remote.