Taumarunui Hotel

4 Marae Street, Taumarunui, North Island, 3920, New Zealand | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by neil.scannell


... feet) above sea level.
Two German fellows, Constantine and Jonas, stopped by from a neighboring campsite to spend breakfast with us. Nice guys; probably early twenties. They were fascinated with our journey thus far and intrigued by the trail we are doing. We packed up, went our separate ways, and started our trek in the rain. It didn't rain long, maybe 45 minutes. Our journey started on a really cool mountain biking trail, the Timber Trail. After about 12 ...

North Island Part 2

A travel blog entry by roblund3


... weekend coincided with Katie's (BFF of Alex) hen do. Now this hen do was one that Alex thought she would never miss as Katie and Alex go back a long way. However, as with all the best laid plans, Sod's law would have it that Alex would in fact be an absentee from the event of 2014. Not to be forgotten however, Alex set about (many weeks ago actually) scheming and planning an epic blockbuster that Peter Jackson would have been proud of. The resulting ...

Tongariro Crossing

A travel blog entry by daretoknow


... thermal steam outflows to cloud tipped volcanos, native forest to basic hilly vegetation - it was stunning. The highlights were the red volcanic stained cliffs, the native bush forest and the truly unique, stunning views at every turn. At the end of the trail, at the other side of the volcanoes, the bus picks you up and takes you home. I arrived early at the pick up point so I lay in the sun listening to ...

Tongariro Alpine Crossing

A travel blog entry by catherinejill


... what is called "The Devils Staircase". It was definitely hell. You just walk up and up and up. Your legs are literally burning. You climbed from 1150m to 1660m. The highest point on this track is at Red Crater at 1886 metres. Before you get to Red Crater there is an easy 10 min walk from the S. Crater to the start of Red Crater. It is the last turn around point on the track. Once you start it, it is easier to go forward than to go back. Even, especially, in bad weather. ...

The Crossing

A travel blog entry by thestulbergs


... me), winter hats, gloves and hiking boots with wool socks. Meg even named the bandana/ski hat combo - bandanski. The temperature kept dropping but we were still dry and warm, and in good spirits. After this ascent, we reached a plateau with a few porto-potties and a sign telling us to turn back now if we felt uncomfortable or didn't have the right gear. We were getting a bit wet now. Our pants weren't totally water proof. Water was getting into our boots. Still feeling ...


This hotel, located on 4 Marae Street, Taumarunui, is near Wairakei Geothermal Power Station, Vorovoro, Lau Group, and Namenalala.
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