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  • South Ohau hut

    New South Ohau hut.  Built just next door to the old hut site, but hopefully far enough along to avoid the slip.  It is nice and sunny and a pleasant enough hut in a scummy little catchment. Sleeps: 12 or so on bench bunks. Heating: A potbelly Camping: A little bit on the river terrace below the hut (though it is quite gravelly from ...
    Posted to Tararua Huts (Gallery) by craig on July 28, 2010
  • Snowy River hut

    A more modern view of Snowy River hut
    Posted to Tararua Huts (Gallery) by Richard on August 30, 2007
  • Alpha hut

    Alpha Hut, a large hut on the famous Southern Crossing route.  A welcome sight after the climb from Hells Saddle or dropping from the summit of Alpha. Sleeps: at least 24 on bench bunks. Heating: A potbelly - finding dry firewood is a real problem.  Tent space: Not really.
    Posted to Tararua Huts (Gallery) by Richard on August 30, 2007
  • Andersons Memorial hut

    Andersons Memorial hut.  Situated at the bush egde on the main range just below Junction Knob. Sleeps: 6 on comfortable wooden bunks. Heating: A new potbelly. Camping: Some tops camping nearby (can be swampy and lots of long tussock).
    Posted to Tararua Huts (Gallery) by Richard on August 30, 2007
  • North Ohau

    New North Ohau hut built with help from Swazi and the Horowhenua Hunting club.  Situated on a terrace up the North Ohau river. Sleeps: 4 Heating: A vigorous little wood burner Camping: Yes there is some good camping on flats below the hut terrace
    Posted to Tararua Huts (Gallery) by Richard on May 20, 2007
  • Maungahuka

    The new Maungahuka on a great day.  Perched on the tops of main Tararua range. Sleeps: 10-12 on 2 bench bunks Heating: None, though it is double glazed. Camping:  Some tops camping, though of course you'd want weather like this to really enjoy it.
    Posted to Tararua Huts (Gallery) by Richard on May 20, 2007
  • Kapakapanui

    A more moden photo of Kapakapanui. Located on the slopes of Kapakapanui above the Waikanae river. Sleeps: Six. Heating: Potbelly. Camping: Yes.
    Posted to Tararua Huts (Gallery) by Richard on January 14, 2007
  • Powell in winter

    Posted to Tararua Huts (Gallery) by Richard on January 14, 2007
  • Carkeek

    Carkeek after its interior and exterior paint job in 2004.  Dry wood can be a problem up in the mist at Carkeek, please fill the wood bin before leaving, good wood can be found if you walk more than 2 mins from the hut. Sleeps: Six Heating: Wood burner but note comment about wood. Camping: Limited, but we did get 18 people here one ...
    Posted to Tararua Huts (Gallery) by Richard on January 14, 2007
  • Kime Hut

    A frosty June morning at a (then) freshly painted Kime Hut.  Situated on the 'Southern Crossing' between Bridge peak and Field Peak. Sleeps: About 24. Heating: No (a real icebox). Camping: Tops camping.  In a possibly apocryphal story Ben Clendon relates how people he knew couldn't find the hut in a storm, pitched the tent and awoke ...
    Posted to Tararua Huts (Gallery) by Richard on January 14, 2007
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