Loooooooooooooong walk. Supposedly 5-6 hours, took me 9.
Nice walk along the edge of Lake Dobson, then very steep up to the ski fields (no skiers - no snow! (my visit was in March)).
The Snow Gum Track then leads to Lake Seal Lookout. There are impressive views of the lakes, from the track as well as at the lookout, making the rock-climbing along the track worthwhile.
It's mainly boardwalk then to the magnificent Tarn Shelf, past the Rodway Day Hut and ski lift.
More climbing over rocks along each of the tarns to Lake Newdegate, which has a hut where I should have stayed overnight - assuming that that's possible, I didn't look - but I continued on.
Past Twisted Tarn then constant downhill for miles - very hard on the knees - past Twilight Tarn - which apparently contains skiing memorabilia but I didn't look - to Lake Webster.
The track levelled out past Lake Webster then lots of uphill - and some down - back to Lake Dobson. No photos along here - I'd had enough by now, wasn't interested in photos, just wanted to stop walking!
Walking in the hot sun (got to mid 20s!) out in the open from Lake Seal Lookout to Twisted Tarn, then bushland and shade from there on.