Cliff edge, 1984
Wanda walking along the Yodellers cliff edge, Wollemi National Park, NSW. I think the most spectacular range in the Greater Blue Mountains. 5 May 84
How a rockclimber friend, Tom Williams, once described the Yodellers:
The Yodeller Range is an alignment of massive sandstone blocks to be found in the extreme north of the Blue Mountains, running in a rough arc from the south to the north to the east it offers some of the most sensational walking come scrambling to be found in NSW. The nature of the scrambling combined with sometimes extreme exposure put trips to the Range in a vague category between bushwalking and rock climbing. The Yodeller range presents a new facet of bushwalking for those who feel that they are at heart frustrated mountaineers.