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Introduction

A pleasant climb up an old musterers' track above an upland river gorge.

Track overview

12 km return via same track

Walking and tramping

6- 8 hr Advanced: Tramping track

Dog access

Dogs allowed. Keep dog under control at all times.

About this track

Description

Boundary Creek track.
Boundary Creek Track

The track climbs up an old musterer’s trail above an upland river gorge to reach open flats.

At the head of the flats, a silver beech forest by the forks provides an ideal campsite for overnight visitors.

This track is currently over grown and track marking is limited or non-existent; making this trip more suited for experienced trampers with good navigational skills.

Getting there

Boundary Creek Track is the access track to the McKerrow Range by way of Boundary Creek. It starts opposite the Boundary Creek campsite on SH6.

Know before you go

Dog access: Dogs are allowed within Hāwea Conservation Park but owners have to get permission from Makarora River Ranch or Hunter Valley Station for access (these stations neighbour the park).

Adverse weather: The weather can change rapidly in New Zealand. Hypothermia is a real risk even in summer. Be prepared by having warm, windproof clothing and the appropriate footwear. Whiteout conditions caused by snow or low cloud may be present.

Be avalanche alert: This area has terrain that can produce avalanches that cross the track, usually from May into November. View avalanche information.

Private property: This track crosses private land. Respect the landowner's livestock and property. Stay on the marked track until you reach the conservation land, leave gates as you find them and use stiles where provided. Camping is permitted on conservation land only.

Contacts

Tititea / Mount Aspiring National Park Visitor Centre
Phone:   +64 3 443 7660
Address:   Ardmore Street
Wanaka 9305
Email:   mtaspiringvc@doc.govt.nz
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