Boozer Hut | Whakaari Conservation Area
Who would have thought that gold miners would have left a legacy of this hut name? This historic hut was further up the valley on a slip zone that was doing its thing, but it was moved and now sits on a more stable, more accessible site.
It has a few remnants of the era on the interior but is no longer used for accommodation due to the fire risk.
A peek into history and a rugged way of life.
category . . . historic hut
hut fee . . . overnight accommodation no longer allowed
elevation . . . 1110 m
bunks . . . 1 wire bed, no mattress
built . . . post-WW1, relocated and renovated 2012
heating . . . woodburner
water . . . 30 m to stream
toilet . . . none← Bonnie Jean Hut | Whakaari Conservation Area Botany Hut | Rock and Pillar Conservation Area →