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CURRENT ALERT
COVID-19 Level 2 Restrictions
Covid-19 Alert Level 2 commenced at 2359 hours on Wednesday 13th May and continues until further notice! Under this level, tracks, huts, campgrounds & visitor centres can be used again. Larger huts must have no more 10 persons occupying them (carry a tent to all huts so appropriate physical distancing can be maintained - 2m recommended). Visitors will need to carry there own cleaning equipment, and are highly encouraged to fill out hut books for contact tracing purposes! Hunting will be permitted again on conservation land.

Further Information: DOC Website, covid19.govt.nz.

WINTER WEATHER

SNOW

When the weather is cold enough, snow falls on the peaks and valleys of the Park. In an average winter Arthur's Pass Village can expect at least three or four good snowfalls, and Temple Basin - the closest skifield - gets about three months of good skiing.

Most of the heavy snowfalls occur between June and September, but there is always a posssiblity of an unseasonal fall. Last year we had several heavy snowfalls as late as October and early November and there was snow on the tops Christmas Day!

TEMPERATURES

Average Daily Temperatures for Arthur's Pass Village (ºC)
May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct
Min 0.4 -1.6 -2.3 -1.1 0.8 2.8
Max 9.0 6.7 5.6 7.2 9.0 11.6

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