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2001 Centennial Hut General

Centennial Hut

$40.00

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Franz Josef Glacier, Westland National Park

 

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Important Notes :  All NZAC huts are now closed to align with the latest Government Coronavirus requirements. You cannot self-isolate at an NZAC hut.

The New Zealand Government requires all people who arrived in the country after 1 am Monday 16 March or if you develop symptoms of COVID-19 like a cough, fever, shortness of breath, sneezing or a runny nose, to go into self-isolation for 14 days. You cannot stay or camp at any NZAC huts or lodges during your 14-day self-isolation period.

All bookings of NZAC huts have also now been halted. If you wish to make future group bookings or make manual payments for anything, including past hut stays, please email Margaret who can help you with this.

Note: You need to log in first, when booking, to obtain member rates. 

Notes: from the Department of Conservation (updated 24 Jan 2020)

Due to unforeseen circumstances, the Westland Tai Poutini National Park Visitor Centre will remain at Winter season opening hours until further notice.

The nightly radio weather sked with Pioneer, Almer, Centennial and Chancellor huts will be at 1705, rather than 1805 as listed on the posters in the huts.

If guides or clients require a weather forecast but are arriving at the hut later than 1705 they can radio the DoC Visitor Centre the following morning from 0830 to request a forecast update.

DoC hopes to extend to later summer hours further on in the season (0830-1800).

Summary:

Named to mark the centennial of the Club (formed in1891), this alpine hut sits on a small outcrop of rock that protrudes from the Franz Josef névé. The vista of the sea lapping the west coast is spread below, and the peaks of the southern alps tower above.

Location:

Tusk Rock, Franz Josef névé.
Detailed map below.

Facilities:

20 bunks with mattresses only, limited electric light, radio to heli company and DoC, phone charger port, USB (50cm cord min), water tank.

Plates, cutlery, pots, scrubbers, toaster, espresso maker,  teapot.

Access:

Air access to Davis Snowfield. Typically ground parties will come from either Almer Hut, Pioneer Hut, or Graham Saddle.

Fees:

Hut fees payable online by credit card or bank transfer (NZ accounts only) – see above, or to Department of Conservation Mt Cook or Westland, or to the NZAC National Office, PO Box 786, Christchurch.

  • Members $20 per night
  • Non-members $40 per night
  • Day-use $15 pp

 

Bookings:

No bookings are possible. The hut is open all year round and beds are allocated on a first-in first-served basis.

Location Map:

View on TopoMaps

Point Location:

POINT (170.23328304 -43.507725)
NZTopo50: BX16 761 794
NZMS260 (old): H35 860 410

 

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