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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... but it would need a clean first so we could expect to switch our gear from one to the other in about an hour. About 2 hrs later we were able to do so. The new van was a mixed bag – seats were nicer, and fridge was bigger, but storage was smaller and configured in a much less useful way than the other van. And it had better tyres, but an extra 45000km on the clock. Still, so long as everything worked, we would be glad. About 1pm we ...

White water Rafting / Wildwasser Rafting

A travel blog entry by hiwtvi on Dec 04, 2013

12 photos

The Rangitata river is about 30 minutes away from the farm and today we went rafting on the rapids there with a group of people from a bus tour. We did grade 5 stuff, which was pretty intense and one girl fell in and I practically did and would have fallen if it wasn't for Danilo holding my leg and the other foot being stuffed securely in the inside rim of the raft. The water moved so fast and churned up, and the waves went over our ...

Mt. Hutt Ski field

A travel blog entry by edsutch on Oct 12, 2013

13 photos

... They wouldn't say they would be open if they didn't have any snow, would they? So we drove up this road, which soon turned to a gravel road where we drove up through a forest... Still no snow. Eventually we turn some bends, and a few spots of ice turn to a lot of snow. The road, well it was pretty non existent, wet, muddy, and lots of stones moving around really doesn't make it any easier for our 91 plate Nissan sunny wagon to start climbing the hills. We ...

16th Day

A travel blog entry by jesse.nessi on Oct 05, 2013

1 comment, 5 photos

... wrong. After winding down a few streets we finally found it, and then found parking. The place was awesome, as it was styled after an old english pub with its decor, and architecture. We ordered the steak and ribs platter for 2, and it was easily the 2nd best meal we had here in NZ. The ribs were delicious, along with the steaks and the potato wedges were amazing! After having a couple pints with our meal, we set off to find a campground for the night as it ...

Beach to the mountains in a couple of hours

A travel blog entry by tai_and_sarah on Jul 06, 2013

1 comment

... our car said it had 4wd when we bought it but we had no idea if this worked out not or if it was even switched on! He put faith in our little car and headed up the mountain, the road was windy and steep and in parts very narrow not too dissimilar to the notorious death road which we travelled on in Bolivia. My nerves were getting to me and there were a number of occasions where I shouted at tai to be careful or to let him no we are going to fall ...