Seen from above, the McDonald Mountains and the ground beneath them are like a rolling pale brown carpet, trees and vegetation like balls of wool on the carpet, and the roads are straight lines on the carpet. At this moment, the sun is falling, pulling the shadow of "hair ball" to more than a dozen times. The mountains in the distance are like traditional Chinese ink painting techniques, passing "mountains and mountains overlapping" with a few strokes of light ink. People with good eyesight may be able to see Anzac Hill in the rising evening mist, where there are Australian flags and monuments in memory of the 10,000 people killed by the coalition forces of Australia and New Zealand in the First World War.
Mount Anzak is one of the most famous scenic spots in Olis Spring. Climbing up the mountain can overlook the whole city.