Worsley Rock Biv

Large flat dry rock biv in the northern head of the Wild Natives, 10-15 minutes from the Wosley Pass. A single massive boulder on the true left of the North Branch of the Wild Natives just below the pass surrounded by smaller boulders. The sheltered platform is on the western side and seems protected from all wind directions (I was present in heavy westerly rain and it remained dry).

Room for 1-2 tents on flat sandy platform plus much more rocky space for cooking & eating.

Resident weka for entertainment.

Water can be hard to access - nearest is 80m away in very thick scrub. Fill up before you arrive.

Worsley Rock Biv • By madpom. Licence: cc by.
Getting there
Over Wosley Pass from the South Branch of the Worsely. Up the Wild Natives (North Branch) from Bligh Sound Over the double-pass from Taheke Creek in the Glaisnock as-per Moir's route
Altitude
1,000m
Maps
NZTopo50-CB07
Map
ID 16595

About this rock bivouac

Added 25 February 2018 by madpommadpom. No revisions.
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