Matukituki Valley, Mt Aspiring National Park
Built in 1932, this small rustic two-room hut sits tucked in by the forest edge, a short distance from its busier cousin Aspiring Hut, in the beautiful west Matukituki Valley.
West Matukituki Valley close to Aspiring Hut, Aspiring National Park.
Notice: Rob Roy Track – DoC closure advice for this track and other Matukituki Valley updates
Two rooms with four bunks and open fireplaces in each room, water tank and long drop toilet.
Access along river flat on foot only from Raspberry Hut road end.
Fees are payable by credit card or bank transfer (NZ accounts only) when making your booking online. The door code will be send by email when your booking is complete and paid. Please note that if you pay by bank transfer, the code will not be sent until the next working day as it has to be processed by the staff in the HoM. If you require the code outside of work hours, please pay by credit card..
Any Enquiries to NZAC National Office: +64 (0)3 377 7595 or email.
- Members $5 per night
- Non-members $10 per night
Locked by keypad. The combination will be emailed when your online booking is completed (see above).
Please note: As a private hut, under a provision of the Mt Aspiring National Park Management Plan, it cannot be used for commercial activities/groups.
POINT (168.66820335 -44.49283187)
NZTopo50: CA11 556 642
NZMS260 (old): E39 656 259
Keeping yourself and others safe
It’s important that visitors take responsibility for their own Covid-19 hygiene and safety:
- If you are sick, stay home.
- If you have cold or flu symptoms, call your doctor or Healthline and get tested.
- Wash your hands, thoroughly and often, using soap you carry with you.
- Keep track of where you have been. Complete the hut book and take a photo for your records.
Note: You need to log in first, when booking, to obtain member rates.