Cradle Mountain III
At 1,545 metres above sea level in the Central Highlands region of the Australian state of Tasmania Cradle Mountain is the sixth-highest mountain in the state. The distinct outline often obscured by drifting clouds rises behind the pristine lake in sheer majesty.
Iconic and World Heritage listed the peak first summited by Henry Hellyer is now a popular climb to tourists from all over the world. With the pristine waters of Dove Lake at her feet what could be a more spectacular vision.