Ruapehu Mountain Motel & Lodge

Address: 4-6 Foyle Street, Ohakune, North Island, 4625, New Zealand | Motel
 
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This motel is located on 4-6 Foyle Street, Ohakune.
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    Travel Blogs from Ohakune

    The Bridge to Nowhere

    A travel blog entry by littlebush on Apr 26, 2015

    12 photos

    ... amongst dense forest. But it's now a tourist attraction so the 18months effort of 4 men didn't go to waste. Back on the Jetboat our driver took my hint and treated us to a couple of 360 spins, before we were dropped off at a canoe, to find our own way back for the final 10km. If anyone's been reading my blog of our adventures in Asia, you'll be aware that we struggled abit previously with canoes so it begged the question, what the hell were we doing back in one now in NZ. ...

    Tongariro, Ngauruhoe and Ruapehu volcanoes

    A travel blog entry by lizlivinglife on Feb 06, 2015

    10 photos

    ... than the kiwi are in 'boot camp ' learning to swim upstream in rapids and hardening themselves before being released into the wild. Of course I had to count the ducks in each enclosure and found two missing ! The staff were adamant none were lost but even they failed to find them when they came out to prove my counting was adrift. I'll never know whether they were hiding or had escaped! By now the day was moving on so we drove on past lakes and volcanic scenery ...

    Tongariro Alpine Crossing

    A travel blog entry by ryanstark on Feb 03, 2015

    18 photos

    ... almost two hours to get down to the forest, which meant I got a little sunburned as the sun kept keeping out for short periods, just long enough to get me I guess

    - After reaching the bottom I was once again in a rainforest

    - I saw a sign that indicated there was about 45 minutes left of the track, but I knew the bus wasn’t going to arrive for about 2.5 hrs, so I walked as slowly as possible and stopped often to take pictures, and ended up adding an extra 18 minutes to my ...

    Disappearing Volcanoes Day 2

    A travel blog entry by tourtaidnanny on Jan 31, 2015

    6 photos

    ... end of the tunnel, a goods train flashing past the old entrance on the modern line that is now in use. Oh how wbe laughed! It most definitely counts as our most scary experience of the holiday so far.

    We continued upward ...met a woman who had broken her wrist mountain biking who was rescued by a 'ute' who just happened to be miles from anywhere rescuing ladies in distress...and climbed under the modern viaduct over a deep gorge to reach the original one built in the early ...

    Finally, a mammoth entry

    A travel blog entry by timwindle on Jan 03, 2015

    6 photos

    ... and met our guides. This white water rafting was the most difficult and fun that I have ever done with a series of category five rapids. Early on the guide explained to us the different calls he would be making and what they would mean, the majority of which involved changing your position to change the weighting of the boat. At various times our boat was taco'd between two rocks, stuck on rocks and, purposefully, flipped upside down. It was an exhilarating and energising ...