20 Rankers Reviews
14 Golden Bay
Mount Arthur - Tablelands Track is is one of the Nelsons Regions premier semi-wilderness experiences situated in the middle of Kahurangi National Park
The most popular start point is Flora Carpark, at altitude of nearlly 1000m, it allows folk to access this alpine area without too much uphill slog.
For a special experience, try spending the night in one of the rock shelters.
Great country, amazing views and rugged landscapes. Enjoy.
South Island ▷ Nelson Region ▷ Golden Bay
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Great hut and facilities. Beautiful tramp into the National Park. Great views! The drive can be scary in an older, less powerful vehicle.
Steep gravel road to the carpark, a lot of walking tracks, remote, beautiful huts, 1 to 5 day tracks.
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The most amazing sunrise I have ever seen.
Very good track and great view during the walk.
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Amazing view - amazing hike. It is like being in an enchanted forest. Stunning! The path is well kept but goes up and up and up - great workout. Both the climb and the long steep drive in are worth it. We went up to Arthur Hut and down by the Flora Hut since we were tight on time. Still AMAZING!
Nice summit, less people, great views, for free if you do not stay in a hut. Huts are good!
Good walking, well formed. Good hut and well equipped.
Good walk, last part of track was steep and tricky.
Tracks are great.
Very steep gravel road to car park. Really lovely 3.6 km walk to the hut. Go slightly higher for the view over Kahurangi National Park and the coast. Weather permitting.
Great walk. Recommend to climb on Mt.Peel there are best views over there.
Stunning scenery, lots of variety, quiet hut.
Salisbury Lodge is a very good place to stay overnight.
Thanks to all the good people working for the NZ Department of Conservation - for all your hard work - making NZ more beautiful, accessable and healthy! Cheers 😍