Best Group Activities in Arthur's Pass National Park

THE BEST Large Group Activities & Things to Do in Arthur's Pass National Park

Best Group Activities in Arthur's Pass National Park

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  • Deanosaur89
    Edmonton, Canada7,320 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    The information centre has some very informative displays for the Kea, Kiwi and predators in the area. They also had a nice clean bathroom area. We lucked out and saw some Keas at the Kea Kiosk which was fun to see and provided some good information about the birds. They had a lot of stamps and my wife has been collecting them lately so she was very pleased. The prices in the gift shop were also quite fair.

    The Arthur Pass Information Centre is about halfway through the Arthur Pass and if you ever get the chance this is one of the best drives in the world. Very scenic and there are quite a few places to get out, sight see and hike. The information centre is located in the Arthur's Path Village and has a few conveniences in the area.
    Written 15 July 2023
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  • NickyP54
    Bargara, Australia1,485 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    Easy hike, either from Arthur's Pass Village, or from the car park adjacent to the Bealey River. From the River crossing bridge there are a couple of other small footbridges and then several flights of steepish wooden steps en-route to the impressive Waterfall. Be sure to take in the views behind you through the leafy woodland back towards Avalanche Peak if the weather is good. Small viewing platform at base of Waterfall.
    Written 6 June 2024
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  • Ed R
    Blenheim, New Zealand715 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    From the carpark, cross the bridge, stopping to admire the waterfall, and you're into the forest. Mostly pretty easy but there are some quite challenging stairs early on. Once past those though it is easy walking. Mostly quite sheltered until you get to the first boardwalk just before you cross the highway. Then carry on, detour to Bealey Chasm, and head for the Dobson memorial. This area is more exposed and, on the day i went, the rain unfortunately set in. Despite my gear, I still got wet and so didn't quite make it to the end. Not a lot of birdlife out due to weather but a few South Island robins came to see what I was up to.
    Will do it again on a fine day!
    Written 24 December 2021
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