Pawnbroker Rock

Fiordland National Park

This bivvy was found by Paul Powell, and named after the arrangement of tussocks growing on the rock. The bivvy has space for four.

Located in dense bush 250m below Grave's Couloir, 30m from the river on the true right.

Getting there
A marked track leads up the Tutoko River, eventually giving out on river flats. An older track continues on the true right, for awhile. Then the river bed curls to the east. Route details here
ID 10345

About this rock bivouac

Added 23 July 2014 by matthewmatthew. No revisions.
103 views in the past year (9 per month).