Moa Stream Hut, Craigieburn Forest Park
Relocated in 1979 from across the Wilberforce River after a flood swept it off its piles, where it was known as Cedar Hut.
Can be somewhat hard to find, but has a large DOC orange triangle on the forest edge, shortly before you hit Pukeko Stream. It is set in what was once a windfall-created clearing, although the forest is growing back and it’s fairly dark. The hut is in good original condition, although a much-needed roof light has been added. Mostly used by hunters.
category . . . basic hut
hut fee . . . free
elevation . . . 745 m
bunks . . . 4 mattresses in bunk
Relocated . . . 1979. Originally built 1960s
heating . . . open fire
water . . . from Moa Stream 100 m to North. Has bucket
toilet . . . longdrop← Back Basin Hide, Craigieburn Forest Park Weka Burnet Bivvy, Craigieburn Forest Park →