Scenic Route Motor Lodge
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Breakfast Available
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... if anyone was confused. But prior to the walk, we walked around the museum! We learned of the history of the mountain and admired the woman who climbed it in corsets and coiffed hair. The museum also had a hut, transported from the top of the mountain! It was super small but a welcome site to those that require them, I think. We then headed out on our very last hike of the trip- it was about four hours long, ...
said it was in the negatives. I basically took their word for it because
everything is in Celsius here and the conversion is confusing to me. Anyways,
about 15 of us got into a little bus without big jackets and we went to this
small little airport to view the stars. We were far away from the lights it
made it easy to see all of the stars. They had a big fancy telescope that we used
to look at the ...
... of the Tasman glacier sitting in the valley. We did a 40 min. walk up to one of the lookout points.
Then a visit to the museum in which the History of Mountain climbing was displayed was in order. Mt Cook is considered an extremely technical climb and to this date approx. 250 lives have been lost. Sir Edmond Hillary practiced on this mountain, before doing Mt Everest.
As you can see they ...
... my nearest and dearest to the A-Team film. You know, with Liam Neeson as Hannibal Smith. Well, it was still raining hard outside. A simple dinner of more fried food followed - part two of our fry-up double bill - then bedtime, ready for our trip to Christchurch the next day.
Martin & Lyndsey
Aaaaw Rangitata! In all my time in New Zealand I only spent two days here and both were very different and both heaps of fun!
The main activity to do in Rangitata is white water rafting, grade V rapids included! The first time I came here was sometime in October. I was mainly travelling with Blair from the States. He was basically the only person I knew on the bus, since I had stayed behind for an extra couple of days in Mount Cook to wait until he caught up with me. We ...