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Cameron Valley

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SpotX tramping (21.1)
Access Icons:Car,Hut
TrackType:Tramping.
Difficulty:Moderate
Time:1 to 2 days
Length:6km, one way
Access:SH6 near Makaora.
Features:The Makarora region of Mount Aspiring National Park offers a number of tramping opportunities. Many of the tracks follow the river valleys that branch off the Makarora River and range from one-day walks to challenging four to five-day tramps. The Cameron Valley’s entrance is a spectacular gorge with towering bluffs and a cascading waterfall. The track starts from the Cameron Creek car park and climbs up through a series of small bluffs before sidling around above the gorge; some parts are steep and exposed. After the gorge the track descends across a large slip to the river, about two hours from the carpark. After crossing the river the track re-enters the forest and continues to the south branch before coming out on a grassy river flat. The four-bunk Cameron Hut is at the southern end of the flat.
Information:DoC Wanaka Area Office, ph (03) 443 7660, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.; Doc Makarora Visitor Centre, ph (03) 443 8365, email makaroravc@doc. govt.nz.
Other Activities:.
Notes:Cameron Hut (Doc standard, 4 bunks).

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