- The Remarkables Conservation Area
- Take the Remarkables ski field road to the main car park
The upper Wye Creek basin is the perfect destination for a camping trip.
Camping on high alpine terrain usually requires a gruelling approach. The Remarkables access road spares the long walk to this beautiful destination. It’s a short walk to Wye Creek, and an access road to a ski lift arrives at a crossing at a saddle between points 2050 and 2035, allowing for a much easier approach than the Wye Creek Route.
The faint trail is a lot shorter and easier than the actual route, taking two hours to reach the lakes and optional campsites.
A crescent-shaped spur south of the lakes offers an easy trip to Pt2046, and there’s a pleasant little tarn by Pt2020.
Wye Creek basin is arguably the most convenient base camp in New Zealand.