Mountain huts in New Zealand

By , March 29, 2012 3:57 pm
your base for climbing Mt Aspiring, 3033 m

Colin Todd hut

A variety of huts, a┬ácombination of high alpine and tramping accommodation plus some amazing rock bivvies. The collection of photos so far only includes huts on the South Island. The majority of mountain huts in New Zealand do not have a hut warden and trampers and mountaineers need to carry in their own cooking gear e.g. stove, fuel, pots, plates, etc.. You can pay the hut fees to DoC – Department of Conservation – or the NZ Alpine Club.

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