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Eastern Tararuas

Mangatainoka Valley

No huts

Ruamahanga Valley

Roaring Stag Hut

Roaring Stag Hut

Roaring Stag Hut is a Standard hut, located at -40.730649, 175.524563. It has 12 bunks with heating, mattresses, toilets - non-flush, water from tap - not treated, boil before use, and water supply. Bookings are not required, usage is first come, first served.
Roaring Stag Hut alert

COVID-19: Keep yourself safe

Staying in huts and campsites and using toilets

  • Hut capacity varies from 10 people to 50% of the hut's usual full capacity.
  • Take a tent to non-bookable huts in case the hut is at capacity. 
  • You are responsible for your own health and hygiene – take your own cleaning equipment. Leave facilities clean and fit for use by others.
  • Practise physical distancing – stay 2 metres away from people you don’t know.
  • Enable contact tracing – tell someone before you go.

DOC's response to COVID-19

First published on 23 March 2020. Last reviewed on 29 May 2020.

Cattle Ridge Hut

Cattle Ridge Hut

Cattle Ridge Hut is a Standard hut, located at -40.729929, 175.503448. It has 5 bunks with mattresses, toilets - non-flush, water from tap - not treated, boil before use, and water supply. Bookings are not required, usage is first come, first served.
Cattle Ridge Hut alert

COVID-19: Keep yourself safe

Staying in huts and campsites and using toilets

  • Hut capacity varies from 10 people to 50% of the hut's usual full capacity.
  • Take a tent to non-bookable huts in case the hut is at capacity. 
  • You are responsible for your own health and hygiene – take your own cleaning equipment. Leave facilities clean and fit for use by others.
  • Practise physical distancing – stay 2 metres away from people you don’t know.
  • Enable contact tracing – tell someone before you go.

DOC's response to COVID-19

First published on 23 March 2020. Last reviewed on 29 May 2020.

Kiriwhakapapa Valley

Kiriwhakapapa Campsite

Kiriwhakapapa Campsite

Kiriwhakapapa Campsite is a Standard campsite, located at -40.807989, 175.546117, set in a forest and rivers and lakes landscape. Access is by campervan, car, and caravan. Activities include walking and tramping. It has 15 unpowered sites with campfires permitted (except in fire bans), non-powered/tent sites, shelter for cooking, toilets - flush, water from stream, toilets, and water supply. Dogs on a leash only are allowed. Bookings are not required, usage is first come, first served.
Blue Range Hut

Blue Range Hut

Blue Range Hut is a Standard hut, located at -40.793307, 175.518629. It has 4 bunks with heating, mattresses, toilets - non-flush, water from tap - not treated, boil before use, and water supply. Bookings are not required, usage is first come, first served.
Blue Range Hut alert

COVID-19: Keep yourself safe

Staying in huts and campsites and using toilets

  • Hut capacity varies from 10 people to 50% of the hut's usual full capacity.
  • Take a tent to non-bookable huts in case the hut is at capacity. 
  • You are responsible for your own health and hygiene – take your own cleaning equipment. Leave facilities clean and fit for use by others.
  • Practise physical distancing – stay 2 metres away from people you don’t know.
  • Enable contact tracing – tell someone before you go.

DOC's response to COVID-19

First published on 23 March 2020. Last reviewed on 29 May 2020.

Mikimiki Valley

No huts

Waingawa Valley

Mitre Flats Hut

Mitre Flats Hut

Mitre Flats Hut is a Serviced hut, located at -40.830666, 175.478467. It has 14 bunks with heating, mattresses, toilets - non-flush, water from tap - not treated, boil before use, and water supply. Bookings are not required, usage is first come, first served.
Mitre Flats Hut alert

COVID-19: Keep yourself safe

Staying in huts and campsites and using toilets

  • Hut capacity varies from 10 people to 50% of the hut's usual full capacity.
  • Take a tent to non-bookable huts in case the hut is at capacity. 
  • You are responsible for your own health and hygiene – take your own cleaning equipment. Leave facilities clean and fit for use by others.
  • Practise physical distancing – stay 2 metres away from people you don’t know.
  • Enable contact tracing – tell someone before you go.

DOC's response to COVID-19

First published on 23 March 2020. Last reviewed on 29 May 2020.

Mid King Bivvy alert

COVID-19: Keep yourself safe

Staying in huts and campsites and using toilets

  • Hut capacity varies from 10 people to 50% of the hut's usual full capacity.
  • Take a tent to non-bookable huts in case the hut is at capacity. 
  • You are responsible for your own health and hygiene – take your own cleaning equipment. Leave facilities clean and fit for use by others.
  • Practise physical distancing – stay 2 metres away from people you don’t know.
  • Enable contact tracing – tell someone before you go.

DOC's response to COVID-19

First published on 23 March 2020. Last reviewed on 29 May 2020.

Cow Creek Hut

Cow Creek Hut

Cow Creek Hut is a Standard hut, located at -40.776642, 175.490948. It has 6 bunks with heating, mattresses, toilets - non-flush, water from stream, and water supply. Bookings are not required, usage is first come, first served.
Cow Creek Hut alert

COVID-19: Keep yourself safe

Staying in huts and campsites and using toilets

  • Hut capacity varies from 10 people to 50% of the hut's usual full capacity.
  • Take a tent to non-bookable huts in case the hut is at capacity. 
  • You are responsible for your own health and hygiene – take your own cleaning equipment. Leave facilities clean and fit for use by others.
  • Practise physical distancing – stay 2 metres away from people you don’t know.
  • Enable contact tracing – tell someone before you go.

DOC's response to COVID-19

First published on 23 March 2020. Last reviewed on 29 May 2020.

Arete Forks Hut

Arete Forks Hut

Arete Forks Hut is a Standard hut, located at -40.765177, 175.45556. It has 6 bunks with heating, mattresses, toilets - non-flush, water from stream, and water supply. Bookings are not required, usage is first come, first served.
Arete Forks Hut alert

COVID-19: Keep yourself safe

Staying in huts and campsites and using toilets

  • Hut capacity varies from 10 people to 50% of the hut's usual full capacity.
  • Take a tent to non-bookable huts in case the hut is at capacity. 
  • You are responsible for your own health and hygiene – take your own cleaning equipment. Leave facilities clean and fit for use by others.
  • Practise physical distancing – stay 2 metres away from people you don’t know.
  • Enable contact tracing – tell someone before you go.

DOC's response to COVID-19

First published on 23 March 2020. Last reviewed on 29 May 2020.

Holdsworth Road-end

Holdsworth Campsite

Holdsworth Campsite

Holdsworth Campsite is a Standard campsite, located at -40.906668, 175.480164, set in a forest landscape. Access is by campervan, car, and caravan. Activities include fishing, swimming, and walking and tramping. It has 150 unpowered sites with campfires permitted (except in fire bans), non-powered/tent sites, shelter for cooking, toilets - flush, water from tap - not treated, boil before use, toilets, and water supply. Dogs on a leash only are allowed. Bookings are not required, usage is first come, first served.
Jumbo Hut

Jumbo Hut

Jumbo Hut is a Serviced hut, located at -40.85401, 175.440191. It has 20 bunks with cooking, heating, mattresses, toilets - non-flush, water from tap - not treated, boil before use, and water supply. Bookings are required.

Mangatarere Valley

No huts

Kaipaitangata Valley

No huts

Waiohine Valley

Waiohine Gorge Campsite

Waiohine Gorge Campsite

Waiohine Gorge Campsite is a Standard campsite, located at -40.996028, 175.390274, set in a rivers and lakes landscape. Access is by campervan, car, and caravan. Activities include kayaking and canoeing, rafting, swimming, and walking and tramping. It has 50 unpowered sites with campfires permitted (except in fire bans), non-powered/tent sites, toilets - flush, water from tap - not treated, boil before use, toilets, and water supply. Dogs on a leash only are allowed. Bookings are not required, usage is first come, first served.
Totara Flats Hut

Totara Flats Hut

Totara Flats Hut is a Serviced hut, located at -40.932584, 175.403127. It has 26 bunks with heating, mattresses, toilets - non-flush, water from tap - not treated, boil before use, and water supply. Bookings are not required, usage is first come, first served.
Totara Flats Hut alert

COVID-19: Keep yourself safe

Staying in huts and campsites and using toilets

  • Hut capacity varies from 10 people to 50% of the hut's usual full capacity.
  • Take a tent to non-bookable huts in case the hut is at capacity. 
  • You are responsible for your own health and hygiene – take your own cleaning equipment. Leave facilities clean and fit for use by others.
  • Practise physical distancing – stay 2 metres away from people you don’t know.
  • Enable contact tracing – tell someone before you go.

DOC's response to COVID-19

First published on 23 March 2020. Last reviewed on 29 May 2020.

Sayer Hut

Sayer Hut

Sayer Hut is a Standard hut, located at -40.945943, 175.394845. It has 6 bunks with heating, mattresses, toilets - non-flush, water from tap - not treated, boil before use, and water supply. Bookings are not required, usage is first come, first served.
Sayer Hut alert

COVID-19: Keep yourself safe

Staying in huts and campsites and using toilets

  • Hut capacity varies from 10 people to 50% of the hut's usual full capacity.
  • Take a tent to non-bookable huts in case the hut is at capacity. 
  • You are responsible for your own health and hygiene – take your own cleaning equipment. Leave facilities clean and fit for use by others.
  • Practise physical distancing – stay 2 metres away from people you don’t know.
  • Enable contact tracing – tell someone before you go.

DOC's response to COVID-19

First published on 23 March 2020. Last reviewed on 29 May 2020.

Neill Forks Hut

Neill Forks Hut

Neill Forks Hut is a Standard hut, located at -40.932698, 175.356147. It has 6 bunks with heating, mattresses, toilets - non-flush, water from stream, and water supply. Bookings are not required, usage is first come, first served.
Neill Forks Hut alert

COVID-19: Keep yourself safe

Staying in huts and campsites and using toilets

  • Hut capacity varies from 10 people to 50% of the hut's usual full capacity.
  • Take a tent to non-bookable huts in case the hut is at capacity. 
  • You are responsible for your own health and hygiene – take your own cleaning equipment. Leave facilities clean and fit for use by others.
  • Practise physical distancing – stay 2 metres away from people you don’t know.
  • Enable contact tracing – tell someone before you go.

DOC's response to COVID-19

First published on 23 March 2020. Last reviewed on 29 May 2020.

Mid Waiohine Hut

Mid Waiohine Hut

Mid Waiohine Hut is a Standard hut, located at -40.874157, 175.381718. It has 6 bunks with heating, mattresses, toilets - non-flush, water from stream, and water supply. Bookings are not required, usage is first come, first served.
Mid Waiohine Hut alert

COVID-19: Keep yourself safe

Staying in huts and campsites and using toilets

  • Hut capacity varies from 10 people to 50% of the hut's usual full capacity.
  • Take a tent to non-bookable huts in case the hut is at capacity. 
  • You are responsible for your own health and hygiene – take your own cleaning equipment. Leave facilities clean and fit for use by others.
  • Practise physical distancing – stay 2 metres away from people you don’t know.
  • Enable contact tracing – tell someone before you go.

DOC's response to COVID-19

First published on 23 March 2020. Last reviewed on 29 May 2020.

Nichols Hut

Nichols Hut

Nichols Hut is a Standard hut, located at -40.810234, 175.37592. It has 6 bunks with heating, mattresses, toilets - non-flush, water from tap - not treated, boil before use, and water supply. Bookings are not required, usage is first come, first served.
Nichols Hut alert

COVID-19: Keep yourself safe

Staying in huts and campsites and using toilets

  • Hut capacity varies from 10 people to 50% of the hut's usual full capacity.
  • Take a tent to non-bookable huts in case the hut is at capacity. 
  • You are responsible for your own health and hygiene – take your own cleaning equipment. Leave facilities clean and fit for use by others.
  • Practise physical distancing – stay 2 metres away from people you don’t know.
  • Enable contact tracing – tell someone before you go.

DOC's response to COVID-19

First published on 23 March 2020. Last reviewed on 29 May 2020.

Carkeek Hut

Carkeek Hut

Carkeek Hut is a Standard hut, located at -40.790221, 175.396302. It has 6 bunks with heating, mattresses, toilets - non-flush, water from tap - not treated, boil before use, and water supply. Bookings are not required, usage is first come, first served.
Carkeek Hut alert

COVID-19: Keep yourself safe

Staying in huts and campsites and using toilets

  • Hut capacity varies from 10 people to 50% of the hut's usual full capacity.
  • Take a tent to non-bookable huts in case the hut is at capacity. 
  • You are responsible for your own health and hygiene – take your own cleaning equipment. Leave facilities clean and fit for use by others.
  • Practise physical distancing – stay 2 metres away from people you don’t know.
  • Enable contact tracing – tell someone before you go.

DOC's response to COVID-19

First published on 23 March 2020. Last reviewed on 29 May 2020.

Dorset Ridge Hut

Dorset Ridge Hut

Dorset Ridge Hut is a Standard hut, located at -40.807518, 175.42247. It has 6 bunks with heating, mattresses, toilets - non-flush, water from tap - not treated, boil before use, and water supply. Bookings are not required, usage is first come, first served.
Dorset Ridge Hut alert

COVID-19: Keep yourself safe

Staying in huts and campsites and using toilets

  • Hut capacity varies from 10 people to 50% of the hut's usual full capacity.
  • Take a tent to non-bookable huts in case the hut is at capacity. 
  • You are responsible for your own health and hygiene – take your own cleaning equipment. Leave facilities clean and fit for use by others.
  • Practise physical distancing – stay 2 metres away from people you don’t know.
  • Enable contact tracing – tell someone before you go.

DOC's response to COVID-19

First published on 23 March 2020. Last reviewed on 29 May 2020.

McGregor Bivvy

McGregor Bivvy

McGregor Bivvy is a Bivvy or Basic hut, located at -40.832098, 175.410925. It has 2 bunks with toilets - non-flush, water from tap - not treated, boil before use, and water supply. Bookings are not required, usage is first come, first served.
McGregor Bivvy alert

COVID-19: Keep yourself safe

Staying in huts and campsites and using toilets

  • Hut capacity varies from 10 people to 50% of the hut's usual full capacity.
  • Take a tent to non-bookable huts in case the hut is at capacity. 
  • You are responsible for your own health and hygiene – take your own cleaning equipment. Leave facilities clean and fit for use by others.
  • Practise physical distancing – stay 2 metres away from people you don’t know.
  • Enable contact tracing – tell someone before you go.

DOC's response to COVID-19

First published on 23 March 2020. Last reviewed on 29 May 2020.

Tauherenikau Valley

Bucks Road Campsite

Bucks Road Campsite

Bucks Road Campsite is a Basic campsite, located at -41.065128, 175.353206, set in a rivers and lakes landscape. Access is by campervan, car, and caravan. Activities include swimming and walking and tramping. It has 25 unpowered sites with campfires permitted (except in fire bans), non-powered/tent sites, water from stream, toilets - non-flush, toilets, and water supply. Dogs on a leash only are allowed. Bookings are not required, usage is first come, first served.
Tutuwai Hut

Tutuwai Hut

Tutuwai Hut is a Serviced hut, located at -41.010152, 175.325088. It has 20 bunks with heating, mattresses, toilets - non-flush, water from tap - not treated, boil before use, and water supply. Bookings are not required, usage is first come, first served.
Tutuwai Hut alert

COVID-19: Keep yourself safe

Staying in huts and campsites and using toilets

  • Hut capacity varies from 10 people to 50% of the hut's usual full capacity.
  • Take a tent to non-bookable huts in case the hut is at capacity. 
  • You are responsible for your own health and hygiene – take your own cleaning equipment. Leave facilities clean and fit for use by others.
  • Practise physical distancing – stay 2 metres away from people you don’t know.
  • Enable contact tracing – tell someone before you go.

DOC's response to COVID-19

First published on 23 March 2020. Last reviewed on 29 May 2020.

Cone Hut

Cone Hut

Cone Hut is a Bivvy or Basic hut, located at -40.987586, 175.344776. It has 6 bunks with heating, toilets - non-flush, water from stream, and water supply. Bookings are not required, usage is first come, first served.
Cone Hut alert

COVID-19: Keep yourself safe

Staying in huts and campsites and using toilets

  • Hut capacity varies from 10 people to 50% of the hut's usual full capacity.
  • Take a tent to non-bookable huts in case the hut is at capacity. 
  • You are responsible for your own health and hygiene – take your own cleaning equipment. Leave facilities clean and fit for use by others.
  • Practise physical distancing – stay 2 metres away from people you don’t know.
  • Enable contact tracing – tell someone before you go.

DOC's response to COVID-19

First published on 23 March 2020. Last reviewed on 29 May 2020.

Alpha Hut

Alpha Hut

Alpha Hut is a Standard hut, located at -40.98575, 175.281914. It has 20 bunks with heating, mattresses, toilets - non-flush, water from tap - not treated, boil before use, and water supply. Bookings are not required, usage is first come, first served.
Alpha Hut alert

COVID-19: Keep yourself safe

Staying in huts and campsites and using toilets

  • Hut capacity varies from 10 people to 50% of the hut's usual full capacity.
  • Take a tent to non-bookable huts in case the hut is at capacity. 
  • You are responsible for your own health and hygiene – take your own cleaning equipment. Leave facilities clean and fit for use by others.
  • Practise physical distancing – stay 2 metres away from people you don’t know.
  • Enable contact tracing – tell someone before you go.

DOC's response to COVID-19

First published on 23 March 2020. Last reviewed on 29 May 2020.

Southern Tararuas

Hutt River System

No huts

Frances Stream

Renata Hut

Renata Hut

Renata Hut is a Bivvy or Basic hut, located at -40.968326, 175.172604. It has 6 bunks with heating, toilets - non-flush, water from tap - not treated, boil before use, and water supply. Bookings are not required, usage is first come, first served.
Renata Hut alert

Renata Hut maintenance

From 5 to 31 July 2020, there is major maintenance work at Renata Hut. The hut and track leading to it remain open, but use alternatives if possible. 

First published on 16 June 2020.

Western Tararuas

Ngatiawa, Waikanae, and Mangaone Valleys

Kapakapanui Hut

Kapakapanui Hut

Kapakapanui Hut is a Standard hut, located at -40.9169, 175.155482. It has 6 bunks with heating, mattresses, toilets - non-flush, water from tap - not treated, boil before use, and water supply. Bookings are not required, usage is first come, first served.
Kapakapanui Hut alert

COVID-19: Keep yourself safe

Staying in huts and campsites and using toilets

  • Hut capacity varies from 10 people to 50% of the hut's usual full capacity.
  • Take a tent to non-bookable huts in case the hut is at capacity. 
  • You are responsible for your own health and hygiene – take your own cleaning equipment. Leave facilities clean and fit for use by others.
  • Practise physical distancing – stay 2 metres away from people you don’t know.
  • Enable contact tracing – tell someone before you go.

DOC's response to COVID-19

First published on 23 March 2020. Last reviewed on 29 May 2020.

Renata Hut

Renata Hut

Renata Hut is a Bivvy or Basic hut, located at -40.968326, 175.172604. It has 6 bunks with heating, toilets - non-flush, water from tap - not treated, boil before use, and water supply. Bookings are not required, usage is first come, first served.
Renata Hut alert

Renata Hut maintenance

From 5 to 31 July 2020, there is major maintenance work at Renata Hut. The hut and track leading to it remain open, but use alternatives if possible. 

First published on 16 June 2020.

Ōtaki River System

Ōtaki Forks Campsite

Ōtaki Forks Campsite

Ōtaki Forks Campsite is a Standard campsite, located at -40.882739, 175.221653, set in a forest and rivers and lakes landscape. Access is by campervan, car, and caravan. Activities include fishing, kayaking and canoeing, swimming, and walking and tramping. It has 150 unpowered sites with non-powered/tent sites, toilets - flush, water from tap - not treated, boil before use, wheelchair accessible, toilets, and water supply. Dogs on a leash only are allowed. Bookings are not required, usage is first come, first served.
Parawai Lodge

Parawai Lodge

Parawai Lodge is a Standard hut, located at -40.873365, 175.232221. It has 18 bunks with heating, mattresses, toilets - non-flush, water from tap - not treated, boil before use, and water supply. Bookings are not required, usage is first come, first served.
Parawai Lodge alert

COVID-19: Keep yourself safe

Staying in huts and campsites and using toilets

  • Hut capacity varies from 10 people to 50% of the hut's usual full capacity.
  • Take a tent to non-bookable huts in case the hut is at capacity. 
  • You are responsible for your own health and hygiene – take your own cleaning equipment. Leave facilities clean and fit for use by others.
  • Practise physical distancing – stay 2 metres away from people you don’t know.
  • Enable contact tracing – tell someone before you go.

DOC's response to COVID-19

First published on 23 March 2020. Last reviewed on 29 May 2020.

Field Hut

Field Hut

Field Hut is a Standard hut, located at -40.907847, 175.256212. It has 20 bunks with heating, mattresses, toilets - non-flush, water from tap - not treated, boil before use, and water supply. Bookings are not required, usage is first come, first served.
Field Hut alert

COVID-19: Keep yourself safe

Staying in huts and campsites and using toilets

  • Hut capacity varies from 10 people to 50% of the hut's usual full capacity.
  • Take a tent to non-bookable huts in case the hut is at capacity. 
  • You are responsible for your own health and hygiene – take your own cleaning equipment. Leave facilities clean and fit for use by others.
  • Practise physical distancing – stay 2 metres away from people you don’t know.
  • Enable contact tracing – tell someone before you go.

DOC's response to COVID-19

First published on 23 March 2020. Last reviewed on 29 May 2020.

Kime Hut

Kime Hut

Kime Hut is a Standard hut, located at -40.942889, 175.271659. It has 20 bunks with mattresses, toilets - non-flush, water from tap - not treated, boil before use, and water supply. Bookings are not required, usage is first come, first served.
Kime Hut alert

COVID-19: Keep yourself safe

Staying in huts and campsites and using toilets

  • Hut capacity varies from 10 people to 50% of the hut's usual full capacity.
  • Take a tent to non-bookable huts in case the hut is at capacity. 
  • You are responsible for your own health and hygiene – take your own cleaning equipment. Leave facilities clean and fit for use by others.
  • Practise physical distancing – stay 2 metres away from people you don’t know.
  • Enable contact tracing – tell someone before you go.

DOC's response to COVID-19

First published on 23 March 2020. Last reviewed on 29 May 2020.

Penn Creek Hut

Penn Creek Hut

Penn Creek Hut is a Standard hut, located at -40.90156, 175.286365. It has 6 bunks with heating, mattresses, toilets - non-flush, water from stream, and water supply. Bookings are not required, usage is first come, first served.
Penn Creek Hut alert

COVID-19: Keep yourself safe

Staying in huts and campsites and using toilets

  • Hut capacity varies from 10 people to 50% of the hut's usual full capacity.
  • Take a tent to non-bookable huts in case the hut is at capacity. 
  • You are responsible for your own health and hygiene – take your own cleaning equipment. Leave facilities clean and fit for use by others.
  • Practise physical distancing – stay 2 metres away from people you don’t know.
  • Enable contact tracing – tell someone before you go.

DOC's response to COVID-19

First published on 23 March 2020. Last reviewed on 29 May 2020.

Waitewaewae Hut

Waitewaewae Hut

Waitewaewae Hut is a Standard hut, located at -40.830943, 175.306219. It has 16 bunks with heating, mattresses, toilets - non-flush, water from tap - not treated, boil before use, and water supply. Bookings are not required, usage is first come, first served.
Waitewaewae Hut alert

COVID-19: Keep yourself safe

Staying in huts and campsites and using toilets

  • Hut capacity varies from 10 people to 50% of the hut's usual full capacity.
  • Take a tent to non-bookable huts in case the hut is at capacity. 
  • You are responsible for your own health and hygiene – take your own cleaning equipment. Leave facilities clean and fit for use by others.
  • Practise physical distancing – stay 2 metres away from people you don’t know.
  • Enable contact tracing – tell someone before you go.

DOC's response to COVID-19

First published on 23 March 2020. Last reviewed on 29 May 2020.

Anderson Memorial Hut

Anderson Memorial Hut

Anderson Memorial Hut is a Standard hut, located at -40.846474, 175.356018. It has 6 bunks with heating, mattresses, toilets - non-flush, water from tap - not treated, boil before use, and water supply. Bookings are not required, usage is first come, first served.
Anderson Memorial Hut alert

COVID-19: Keep yourself safe

Staying in huts and campsites and using toilets

  • Hut capacity varies from 10 people to 50% of the hut's usual full capacity.
  • Take a tent to non-bookable huts in case the hut is at capacity. 
  • You are responsible for your own health and hygiene – take your own cleaning equipment. Leave facilities clean and fit for use by others.
  • Practise physical distancing – stay 2 metres away from people you don’t know.
  • Enable contact tracing – tell someone before you go.

DOC's response to COVID-19

First published on 23 March 2020. Last reviewed on 29 May 2020.

Waitohu Valley

No huts

Waikawa Valley

Waikawa Campsite

Waikawa Campsite

Waikawa Campsite is a Basic campsite, located at -40.720791, 175.246826, set in a forest landscape. Access is by campervan, car, and caravan. Activities include walking and tramping. It has 15 unpowered sites with non-powered/tent sites, water from stream, toilets - non-flush, toilets, and water supply. Dogs on a leash only are allowed. Bookings are not required, usage is first come, first served.

Makaretu Valley

No Huts

Ōhau Valley

Waiopehu Hut

Waiopehu Hut

Waiopehu Hut is a Standard hut, located at -40.726329, 175.357078. It has 18 bunks with mattresses, toilets - non-flush, water from tap - not treated, boil before use, and water supply. Bookings are not required, usage is first come, first served.
Waiopehu Hut alert

COVID-19: Keep yourself safe

Staying in huts and campsites and using toilets

  • Hut capacity varies from 10 people to 50% of the hut's usual full capacity.
  • Take a tent to non-bookable huts in case the hut is at capacity. 
  • You are responsible for your own health and hygiene – take your own cleaning equipment. Leave facilities clean and fit for use by others.
  • Practise physical distancing – stay 2 metres away from people you don’t know.
  • Enable contact tracing – tell someone before you go.

DOC's response to COVID-19

First published on 23 March 2020. Last reviewed on 29 May 2020.

Te Matawai Hut

Te Matawai Hut

Te Matawai Hut is a Standard hut, located at -40.737542, 175.398661. It has 18 bunks with heating, mattresses, toilets - non-flush, water from tap - not treated, boil before use, and water supply. Bookings are not required, usage is first come, first served.
Te Matawai Hut alert

COVID-19: Keep yourself safe

Staying in huts and campsites and using toilets

  • Hut capacity varies from 10 people to 50% of the hut's usual full capacity.
  • Take a tent to non-bookable huts in case the hut is at capacity. 
  • You are responsible for your own health and hygiene – take your own cleaning equipment. Leave facilities clean and fit for use by others.
  • Practise physical distancing – stay 2 metres away from people you don’t know.
  • Enable contact tracing – tell someone before you go.

DOC's response to COVID-19

First published on 23 March 2020. Last reviewed on 29 May 2020.

South Ohau Hut

South Ohau Hut

South Ohau Hut is a Standard hut, located at -40.717854, 175.389856. It has 10 bunks with heating, mattresses, toilets - non-flush, water from tap - not treated, boil before use, and water supply. Bookings are not required, usage is first come, first served.
South Ohau Hut alert

COVID-19: Keep yourself safe

Staying in huts and campsites and using toilets

  • Hut capacity varies from 10 people to 50% of the hut's usual full capacity.
  • Take a tent to non-bookable huts in case the hut is at capacity. 
  • You are responsible for your own health and hygiene – take your own cleaning equipment. Leave facilities clean and fit for use by others.
  • Practise physical distancing – stay 2 metres away from people you don’t know.
  • Enable contact tracing – tell someone before you go.

DOC's response to COVID-19

First published on 23 March 2020. Last reviewed on 29 May 2020.

Mangahao Valley

Burn Hut

Burn Hut

Burn Hut is a Bivvy or Basic hut, located at -40.620373, 175.528573. It has 6 bunks with mattresses, toilets - non-flush, water from tap - not treated, boil before use, and water supply. Bookings are not required, usage is first come, first served.
Burn Hut alert

COVID-19: Keep yourself safe

Staying in huts and campsites and using toilets

  • Hut capacity varies from 10 people to 50% of the hut's usual full capacity.
  • Take a tent to non-bookable huts in case the hut is at capacity. 
  • You are responsible for your own health and hygiene – take your own cleaning equipment. Leave facilities clean and fit for use by others.
  • Practise physical distancing – stay 2 metres away from people you don’t know.
  • Enable contact tracing – tell someone before you go.

DOC's response to COVID-19

First published on 23 March 2020. Last reviewed on 29 May 2020.

Mangahao Flats Hut

Mangahao Flats Hut

Mangahao Flats Hut is a Standard hut, located at -40.691785, 175.43601. It has 16 bunks with heating, mattresses, toilets - non-flush, water from tap - not treated, boil before use, and water supply. Bookings are not required, usage is first come, first served.
Mangahao Flats Hut alert

COVID-19: Keep yourself safe

Staying in huts and campsites and using toilets

  • Hut capacity varies from 10 people to 50% of the hut's usual full capacity.
  • Take a tent to non-bookable huts in case the hut is at capacity. 
  • You are responsible for your own health and hygiene – take your own cleaning equipment. Leave facilities clean and fit for use by others.
  • Practise physical distancing – stay 2 metres away from people you don’t know.
  • Enable contact tracing – tell someone before you go.

DOC's response to COVID-19

First published on 23 March 2020. Last reviewed on 29 May 2020.

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