Turners Biv

Fiordland National Park

These bivvy rocks were discovered by Samuel Turner in about 1920. The rocks are located on a tussock terrace above Leader Creek in the Darran Mountains. Two rocks have space for three and two. With a direct view across to Mount Tutoko, this biv is used by climbers heading on up Mounts Tutoko and Madeline.

Getting there
A marked track leads up the Tutoko River, eventually giving out on river flats. From the Leader Falls, a well marked track leads up the true left. Route details here http://climbnz.org.nz/nz/si/fiordland/cleddau-river/tutoko-river
ID 10344

About this rock bivouac

Added 23 July 2014 by matthewmatthew. 1 revision 23 July 2014 by matthewmatthew.
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