Mt Oakleigh is the peak in the centre with the jagged pinnacles. It’s quite the distinctive feature from the time it appears in the distance near Lake Willis until it disappears after crossing Pelion Gap. The climb to the top has a bit of everything: suspension bridge, mossy rainforest, steep athletic climb, rocky traverse, and bog crossing. The bog, in daylight, was a joy to cross; spongy underfoot with a clear dry trail through the middle. We would learn later that, in the dark, it becomes a featureless plain to the eyes and a feature-filld maze of sinkholes and streams for the feet.