Borland Bivvy
Posted by: Groundspeak Regular Member StagsRoar
S 45° 44.396 E 167° 22.293
58G E 684491 N 4932112
Quick Description: Located in Southern Fiordland at the start of the Green Lake Track off the Borland/Grebe Valley Roads. Grid reference: Topo50 map sheet CE07, E1162173, N4919441
Location: South Island, New Zealand
Date Posted: 6/2/2012 7:54:59 PM
Waymark Code: WMEJ2G
Published By: Groundspeak Premium Member lumbricus
Views: 4

Long Description:
The Borland Bivvy is really just an emergency A-frame hut that serves little function other than being a stop over in the event of bad weather or some other event causing delay. In saying that - it can serve to function as a base for Hunting/hiking the area but it is only a 2 bed hut with no other facility for it. It can be driven to and I think most people that ever use it , use it as a jumping point to the Green Lake Track. More information on the Borland Bivvy can be found on the Dept of Conservation website here;
Kid Friendly Kid Friendly No Dogs Allowed No Dogs Allowed Available year-round Available year-round Hunting in area - use caution Hunting in area - use caution Bring a Flashlight Bring a Flashlight Off-trail Hiking Required Off-trail Hiking Required Available in Winter Accessible in Winter
Weather Permitting Weather Permitting mosquitos Wear bug repellant!
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Type of shelter: hut

Stay overnight: Yes

Sleeps How Many: 2

Reservation required: No

Cost: Free

Available Year Round: Yes

Enclosed: Enclosed

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