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... the mountain and the freshly groomed snow. This is one of the most beautiful views I've ever seen on a mountain before. For me, growing up was skiing in Colorado. This meant everywhere you looked from the top of the peak was a gorgeous panaroma of snow-covered peaks. Here, on Mount Hutt, one side of the mountain offered views of snow-covered peaks and the other offered unobstructed views towards the ocean and Banks ...
... drives through. You can already hear it coming from miles away, also the black smoke will leave you ‘smelly’. Not to mention, in Sheffield, famous about (I am not quit sure) about scenes of South Parks and its famous pies! And yes, the Sheffield Pie shop is definitely worth it for a stop!
Furthermore, Ashburton is mainly interesting for farmers and agricultural people, However, it is quit a big town with some nice shops. Especially ‘Summer Set ...
... for the night, going to do some walks around there, do the cave walk again and then come home as we don't fancy risking the van. We woke up in the morning to some beautiful sights, made scrambled egg on toast and started a walk, we may of strayed from the path and found our own walk which took around 2 hours but completely worth the walking. Every bit we saw was just as ...
Another day, another hut to go to. Talking to some guys at pub last night, they told us this portion of the track was the toughest with a lot of ups and downs. That certainly proved to be true. Arriving at the carpark, we found it was full so Andy had to park down the road a short way. Not long into the start the track started climbing steeply and continued that way. We were heading for a high point at Duke Knob (739m) before we would start descending again ...
... After taking a few pictures from a pull out on the side of the road, we continued down into the valley and about 45 minutes after leaving the campground, we made it.
First stop, Mount Sunday. We parked the van about 1.5km away from the mountain as it is on private land, and the only way you are allowed to drive to it is if you take a tour. Since we were walking the rest of the way, we got ready, and then set off. The hike there was pretty relaxed ...