Valley of the Trolls Rock bivvy

Mount Aspiring National Park

Rock bivvy formed by an overhanging cliff. Probably enough room for about a dozen people but the northern end is very exposed to northerly down valley winds. Some drippage off the cliff also doesn't make part of the bivvy suitable either. There's enough room to pitch a couple of tents.

Location on the map is approximate. It is west of the lakes on the valley floor but not obvious when down there looking up.

Water supply is 40m down a very steep slope and then 50m away horizontally.

Valley of the Trolls Rock bivvy • By Yarmoss. Licence: C.
Getting there
From Harris Saddle shelter on the Routeburn its about 45 minutes around the western shore of Lake Harris to the entrance of the valley of the Trolls then from there about 30 minutes up the valley.

About 1 hour down from Lake Wilson.

ID 10356

About this rock bivouac

Added 24 July 2014 by matthewmatthew. 1 revision 24 July 2014 by matthewmatthew.
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