Peak Hill Conservation Area
Located in the Canterbury region
IntroductionPeak Hill is a prominent hill on the shores of Lake Coleridge, Canterbury. At its peak at 1240 m, it offers a stunning overview of the lake and surrounding area on a fine day.
Find things to do and places to stay Peak Hill Conservation Area
Peak Hill is located beside Lake Coleridge, which is 90 minutes drive west of Christchurch.
From Christchurch, head towards Darfield or Hororata until you meet up with Coleridge Road. Go through Lake Coleridge Village then turn west onto Algidus Road. The signed entrance to Peak Hill is nine km up Algidus Road.
The walk to Peak Hill is extremely exposed to the weather and walkers should be well equipped.
Peak Hill is a distinctive “sugarloaf” hill of hardrock greywacke, cloaked in tussock grasslands and herbfields.
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Arthur's Pass 7654
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