Rodger Inlet Historic Hut, Fiordland National Park
One of the two older huts has been retained, with an A frame hut recently demolished. Only around 50 m from the new hut, and it shares the longdrop toilet.
The structure has been re-piled, re-roofed, and re-lined. The open fireplace was removed. This is a basic hut that is indeed quite basic. Pro tip: sleep at the new hut.
category . . . basic hut
hut fee . . . free
elevation . . . 200 m
bunks . . . 2
built . . . 1940s?
heating . . . none
water . . . from lake, or new hut water tank
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