Forest Lodge

Address: 140 Forest Drive, Methven, Christchurch-Canterbury, South Island, New Zealand | Lodge
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This lodge is located on 140 Forest Drive, Methven.
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Travel Blogs from Methven

This motorhome is not behaving!

A travel blog entry by ddkingston on Sep 14, 2014

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... imagine the vehicle and boom saw needed to reach the height and then produce a level cut. Some people (not many) don’t hedge and they are probably outcast for it. Plenty of sheep and little lambs out in the paddocks but they seemed comfortable enough in the freezing air. We crossed the Rakaia River, which has a single lane bridge spanning the very wide channel which was only about 1/4 full at this time of year. Still the flow was quite ...

Mt. Hutt Ski field

A travel blog entry by edsutch on Oct 12, 2013

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... perfect, a lot of snow covering the slopes, busy but not too bad and clear blue skies. We watched everybody else get their stuff on and get ready to go out, whilst we sat and had another coffee and some fruit. Everybody else had everything, only a few tourist here today. We went in to get out pass and hire some gear as all we had was some thermals so thought we would just go all out and hire everything we needed. It was a bit expensive but well worth it when your warm ...

11th Day

A travel blog entry by jesse.nessi on Sep 30, 2013

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... and isn't feeling to great, I however am starting to feel much better.


We started heading south again on highway 72, passing through Geraldine, and into Fairlie. Once we hit Fairlie we turned west onto highway 8, which took us through the Burkes Pass, and into Lake Tekapo where we stopped and had lunch in front of the amazing views of the massive lake. The lakes colour was a bright turquoise and made it quite picturesque in front of the ...

Beach to the mountains in a couple of hours

A travel blog entry by tai_and_sarah on Jul 06, 2013

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... to get used to having them on our feet. It felt incredibly unnatural and clumsy. We were then pushed down a slope that was so little like a slope im surprised that im even calling it that but the first go with only one foot clipped in felt like Id been pushed straight off the top of a black run! Neither of us knew how to stop but luckily came to a halt just a few meters from where we had started. We repeated this a few times and then it was ...

Mt Hutt... Shoulda Stayed Shutt

A travel blog entry by gemmafoxall on Jun 15, 2013

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... ski-lift queue it was just after nine. It was a six person chair. Seven of us shuffled forward. Who got shunted over the side? Me. What a touch! Three more loads of six piled in on top of me before a group, very considerately, left a gap for me to join them. At the top I was greeted by a very giggly Luke to add to my damaged ego and an ever-plummeting mood. It's fine though because karma got him. We went on a black slope - for the first time in my life by ...