Only a few photos, didnt take much as i was very focussed on driving, given the drop offs either side of the track and Tamara was busy hanging on! Well worth the drive and the jeep never missed a beat including on the very steep rock and shale sections. Low range rock, tyres at 28 psi and hill descent working its butt off most the time. If you get the chance drive this track, it is awesome (and high).
From oz explorer
On the way out via the Dargo High Plains Rd you can take a challenging but spectacular ridge top run out the Blue Rag Range to the Blue Rag Trig Point. An amazing track that crests a ridge with staggering drops to both sides in places of a thousand feet to the valleys below, this is possibly the best ridge top drive in the state. The trig point at 1718m ASL provides a 360 degree panorama of the country recently travelled and of Hotham, Feathertop and the Bogong complex. The bushfire damage to the snowgums here will be a stark reminder of their ferocity in 2003 for many years to come, as the regrowth will be a reminder of the tenacity of the snowgums as the 400-500 year old tubers under the soil sprout again at the base of the dead trees, repeating a cycle they may have already undertaken 7-8 times in their lifespan.
One of the best tracks you will find in the high country, the scenery is just magnificent.
Few more photos here.