The Davies Plain region is beautiful and challenging with extremes of weather and terrain requiring good 4wd skills. There are easy sections that allow you to roll along absorbing the wonderful surrounds, but short lived as steep climbs and descents have you reaching for low range and diff locks. There are several creek crossings, washouts, rocks and deadfall to impede your path, part and parcel of such a trek. The historic huts at Davies Plain and Tom Groggin remind you of the tenacity and determination of our early pioneers in such remote wilderness. The elevation of the ranges lead you into the clouds where both rain and wind can play havoc but the rewards with views across the sealing of the Alps are spectacular. This is a trek that demands your attention but gives you back what you put in.