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CURRENT ALERT
ALL DOC FACILITIES CLOSED! Limited facilities in Arthur's Pass Village.
COVID-19 RESPONSE: ALL DOC campsites, huts, tracks, great walks, and visitor centres are now closed throughout New Zealand. HUNTING, FISHING, TRAMPING ETC IS NOT PERMITTED! No one is to use campsites or any hut for self-isolation or "lock-down"! Where ever you find yourself NOW (midnight 25th March), is where you MUST live for the NEXT 4 WEEKS+!

Only limited facilities / resources will be available in Arthur's Pass Village after midnight Wednesday 25th March.

Waimakariri Falls Hut

TIME : Highway 73 to Carrington Hut 4-6 hours,Carrington Hut- Waimakariri Falls Hut 4-6 hours

FEATURES : Outstanding alpine basin underneath the parks highest peaks.

MAP : NZTopo50: Otira BV20 (NZMS260: Otira K33, Wilberforce K34)

ROUTE GUIDES : 1. Klondyke to Carrington Hut
2. Waimakariri Col

HOW HARD IS IT?

Because there are several swift rivers to cross you must have good river assessing skills. The track is poorly marked and the terrain difficult, however the route is straight-forward.

HOW DO I GET THERE?

This return tramp starts at Klondyke Corner 10km from Arthur's Pass Village.

HUTS

Carrington Hut (36 bunks)
Waimakariri Falls Hut (4 bunks)
Anti-Crow Hut (6 bunks)

Waimakariri Falls Hut
Waimakariri Col


AdventureSmart - Tell someone where you are going!So you have an enjoyable and safe time during your visit to Arthur's Pass National Park follow these 5 simple rules...

1. PLAN YOUR TRIP
Seek local knowledge and plan the route you will take and the amount of time you can reasonably expect it to take.

2. TELL SOMEONE
Tell someone your plans and leave a date to raise the alarm if you haven't returned. Visit the AdventureSmart Website to file an intentions form with someone you trust!

3. BE AWARE OF THE WEATHER
New Zealand's weather can be highly unpredictable. Check the forecast and expect weather changes. Check out the Arthur's Pass Weather Forecast here.

4. KNOW YOUR LIMITS
Challenge yourself within your physical limits and experience. Learn safe ways of rescuing others without putting yourself in danger.

5. TAKE SUFFICIENT SUPPLIES
Make sure you have enough food, clothing, equipment and emergency rations for the worst-case scenario. Take an appropriate means of communication.

For more information, visit www.adventuresmart.org.nz/land-adventures


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