4 Rankers Reviews
16 St Arnaud
This walk starts at the picnic area near the lake. At the picnic area an information panel and a small carved wooden canoe reveal the livelihood of an early resident of the area.
The track proceeds along the Lakeside Track for about 10 minutes before branching off to the left onto the loop section. It returns to the picnic area via the start of the Porika Track.
The gentle nature of this ramble is a botanist’s delight. Of all the short walks in the park, this one contains the greatest variety of tall forest trees, shrubs, climbing vines, mosses and particularly ferns. Here the beech–podocarp forest around the lake is at its most diverse.
South Island ▷ Nelson Region ▷ St Arnaud
Nice and really stunning view of the lake and the hills surrounding it. The track is also pretty cool but way too many sandflies.
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Lea and Emmanuel
Walk through the forest next to the campsite. Every single part is covered by fresh green ferns, you feel like you are in a fairy tale!
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Easy track, no views of lake however.
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Beautiful but mosquitoes ruined the evening.