View over Lake Hauroko
Image: Emelie Eriksson | Creative Commons
18 km one way, return via same track
Follow the eastern shore of Lake Hauroko to the south, at First Bay.
At the western end of First Bay a large orange marker signals where the track enters a bush-clad headland, crossing to Second Bay.
Fill up with water before heading to the track at the western end of Second Bay, which climbs to a 7 km long ridge then leads to a steeply descending spur and the Teal Bay Hut.
Walking around the lakeside towards the Teal Bay Hut track
This track starts at Lake Hauroko in Fiordland, Southland.
To get to Lake Hauroko from Tuatapere, head north towards Clifden (12 km, 10 min), and turn west along the Lillburn Valley Road to Lake Hauroko (about 36 km to the carpark, 20k m of which is unsealed road).
No water is available between the Lake Hauroko shoreline at Second Bay and the Teal Bay Hut.
This track is wet underfoot and recommended for experienced trampers only.
This is a tramping track so you will need good fitness and moderate to high level backcountry (remote areas) skills and experience, including navigation and survival skills.
Further information is avaiable in "Moirs Guide South” edited by Robin McNeill.
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