Newton Range Bivvy | Newton Range
Newton Range Bivvy is a tiny two-person bivvy near the top of the Newton Range ridge, accessed by a decent track from the Styx River, ie, Grassy Flat Hut, or by a strenuous scramble from Mount Brown Hut. Without a GPS it is somewhat difficult to find, particularly if foggy.
Note that this is a little bigger than a four-person tent, and while you can sit up on the bench, the door is two-thirds height, and standing up inside is not possible.
The water is from a close-by tarn. Great views down the Arahura River valley to the Tasman Sea, weather permitting.
category . . . basic hut, maintained by Permolat Trust
hut fee . . . free
elevation . . . 1150 m
bunks . . . 2, (but only 1 mattress)
built . . . 1962
heating . . . none
water . . . 30 m to tarn closest to bivvy
toilet . . . none, use the shovel
more info . . . The Permolat Trust website has extensive information about how to get there, etc.← Mudflats Hut | Arahura River Poet Hut, Mungo River →