Heritage Park Lodge

Address: Marks Road, State Highway 6 , South Island, PO Box 58, New Zealand | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Marks Road, State Highway 6 , South Island.
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    Travel Blogs from South Island

    C'mon Salmon - make the jump!

    A travel blog entry by ddkingston on Sep 23, 2014

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    We woke to morning light with the odd scene of our surroundings. I knew we were exposed to the weather, as our van had been bumped about by the wind all night. And we also saw in the morning light that at 1067m above sea level, we were also camping above the snow line. No wonder we nearly froze last night. The other thing apparent was that while our NZ camping app told us this was a freedom camp spot, its primary purpose was a lookout over the valley to a distant Queenstown. ...

    Whitebait, Fish & Chips, Glacier No Goes

    A travel blog entry by creneafly1on on Apr 16, 2014

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    ... us the road is closed to the next town. He said reports are there have been 4-5 campervans blown over due to the high winds and trees are down on the roads. We tell him we are going to the next campground and settle in, so he lets us pass. We stopped at Otto-Macdonald campground by Lake Mapourika. We called it an early day and broke out the salmon, crackers, cheese and libations. The wind blew really hard all night long.
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    Dodging Cow Pies in Search of Rob Roy Glacier

    A travel blog entry by mdod on Apr 14, 2014

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    ... or hear any signs of a waterfall up there so I assume NZ Frenzy was talking about the one seen from the road at the bottom. If only we had had a blue sky it would have been spectacular. Between walking through the paddocks in the beginning and the drive to the top and back we spent an hour there.

    I thought we might be able to make the 3:30 showing of Monument Men at Cinema Paradiso so we stopped there when we got to town but the movie ...

    Haast Pass to Wanaka

    A travel blog entry by mdod on Apr 13, 2014

    25 photos

    ... rock stacks in the creek bed. We tried to find the side slot canyon mentioned in NZ Frenzy but the creek looked a little too high to cross so we turned back and continued down the road. Next up was Haast Pass Lookout. It was supposed to be close. Then we passed another road block (was there another slip?) and started going back downhill. Just as I was telling Wayne we must have missed the Haast Lookout I saw the DOC sign for Thunder Creek ...

    Day 40 - Pleasant Flat to Okuru (109 miles)

    A travel blog entry by dewdsontour on Feb 24, 2014

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    ... on the west coast and they thought it may be a good place to build a settlement but they found the land wasn't easy to cultivate and crops were ruined by never ending rain (we can sympathise with that today!) so the population very quickly dwindled from 400 people to a few hardy soles in 3 years who turned their hands to subsistence living. Despite the gentle drizzle and sandflies the hardy Dewds set off on the Wharekai Te Kou walk to Ocean bay. ...