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  • Aokaparangi biv

    Aokaparangi Biv.  Situated at the bushedge on the eastern side of Aokaparangi Sleeps: 2 on comfortable wooden bunks, and there is comfortable room for 2 on the floor. Heating: None, but it is double glazed. Camping: Some tops camping nearby (lots of long tussock).
    Posted to Tararua Huts (Gallery) by craig on July 28, 2010
  • Mid King biv (new paint job)

    Mid King biv has been repainted and refurnished with two new mattresses.  Very comfy looking!
    Posted to Tararua Huts (Gallery) by Richard on May 3, 2008
  • Mcgregor biv

    This was taken in an early December en route to Carkeek!
    Posted to Tararua Huts (Gallery) by Richard on January 14, 2007
  • Oriwa Ridge Biv

    It was located in a clearing on the trackless Oriwa Ridge, and this biv did not get much use.  It is now gone. Sleeps: Three at a squeeze. Heating: No Camping: There is a very nice campsite under trees about 20m from the biv to the east, you could get 3 tents in there probably.  You can presumably camp on the spot where the biv once ...
    Posted to Tararua Huts (Gallery) by rob on January 8, 2007
  • Mcgregor Biv

    A superb biv, located at the bush edge on Mcgregor spur, a visit normally means you are en route to or from the wonderful mid-upper reaches of the Waiohine. Sleeps: Two (low bunk plus floor) heating: No. Camping: You could camp on Mcgregor spur next to the tarn directly above the biv.
    Posted to Tararua Huts (Gallery) by rob on January 8, 2007
  • Mid King Biv

    A superb and little visited biv, nestled inside the bush on the eastern slopes of Mid King.  It can be difficult to find. Sleeps: two to three (no bunks, but three on the floor is a squeeze). Heating: No. Camping: Limited but possible outside the biv.
    Posted to Tararua Huts (Gallery) by rob on January 8, 2007
  • North Mangahao Biv

    Accessed via private land in the Northern Tararuas. Many peoples last Tararua hut visited. Sleeps: Two Heating: No Camping: Limited.
    Posted to Tararua Huts (Gallery) by rob on January 8, 2007
  • Haukura Biv

    This biv was removed some years ago.  Today only leatherwood enthusiasts drop off Dundas ridge en route to Roaring Stag Lodge.
    Posted to Tararua Huts (Gallery) by rob on January 8, 2007
  • Elder Biv (old)

    This biv was removed in 2005 and a new four bunk mini hut/large biv was built closer to the top of the ridge.
    Posted to Tararua Huts (Gallery) by rob on January 8, 2007
  • Dracophyllum Biv (old)

    Like Eric and Adrian (pictured) the old Drac biv deteriorated with age and in 2000 it was removed and replaced with a stand-up biv.
    Posted to Tararua Huts (Gallery) by rob on January 8, 2007
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