Arthurs Pass is the highest New Zealand town and features a landscape of extremes with steep mountains, tumbling rivers and cascading waterfalls! During summer, the mountains are accessible for walking and in winter months go skiing at a nearby ski field. National Park headquarters and visitor centre offer information on a variety of activities in the area. Spot the cheeky mountain parrot (Kea)here.
Features: Arthur's Pass is a cosy and friendly hostel set in the depths of the Southern Alps. Set up for trampers and walkers, it provides a base camp for exploring the many day and multi-day walks in the surrounding mountains. It has a warm and welcoming atmosphere, with a fire going for nine months of the year! Free gear storage for guests. Large bike shed.