Ruapehu Country Lodge

Address: PO Box 23, Ohakune, North Island, New Zealand | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on PO Box 23, Ohakune.
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      Travel Blogs from Ohakune

      Finally, a mammoth entry

      A travel blog entry by timwindle on Jan 03, 2015

      6 photos

      ... out of. The visit finished with a hangi, or feast, which is steamed in a clay mound. The food was an incredibly buffet and I was perplexed that pavlova was served for dessert until I discovered that this is, disputedly, a Kiwi invention.

      That evening we went to the local bar, which was much livelier than its equivalents would have been in Rotorua or the Hot Water Beach. Unfortunately, I couldn't stay up much past midnight since healing my sunburned skin ...

      Tongariro Crossing

      A travel blog entry by skylarker on Nov 01, 2014

      28 photos

      ... days before ... either too windy or cloudy/rainy then you can't see much. The day we drove here to Ohakune you couldn't see the mountain or much scenery.

      It's amazing how cold you can get in the windy parts without a good wind block. My thin hood on my jacket kept my head a lot warmer in the wind than just wearing a wool hat with no hood. The cold wind just strips the heat right ...

      Blue Duck Station, Feral Cats and Sniper Rifles

      A travel blog entry by davidjhutchison on Oct 14, 2014

      8 photos

      ... 50 reward for every wild cat killed in that area. After all this excitement the clay pigeon shooting was allowed to continue...and it was time to get the game faces on...it was finals time. After the sniper rifle was carefully put away. The tension mounted as we all lined up ready to attempt the perfect 5/5. Lee was up first and surely his beginners luck couldn't last that long...another 4/5. Honesty...we were all in shock. Fiona steppes up and her Irish ...

      Windy Night

      A travel blog entry by hpeier12 on Aug 22, 2014

      2 comments, 21 photos

      ... an hour true the forrest... In the Summer this is a really busy Hiking Area and I was reading that you needed a permit during that time , I guess to limit numbers going up. The Guide I asked told me that they would not do the full Tongario Crossing with wind the way the are right now...... therefore I do not need to be up on the Ice Fields with no Crampons and IcePicks as well. The 4 hour hike was enough for today anyway feeling me aching muscles especially the ones using going ...

      First week in Ohakune

      A travel blog entry by funkymonk132 on May 26, 2014

      27 photos

      ... forest has a strange sense of wisdom, but not human wisdom. It is much older and stronger; the indefatigable wisdom of mother nature, who does not share it with man. Yet of which every branch, fern and moss-covered tree is sleepily aware.

      Speaking of the moss, everything is covered; even the moss has moss. But the trees do not seem unhappy. They are not choked, rather they wear it like a downy fur coat, though green. And the green! Everything is so green - I did not ...