Red Tarns Track

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  • © Flickr user David Unger
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  • © Flickr user Douglas Kelley
  • © Flickr user Douglas Kelley
  • © Flickr user Douglas Kelley
  • © Flickr user Douglas Kelley
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Key information: Red Tarns Track

  • A track from Mount Cook Village to cross Black Birch Stream for a steep climb to the Red Tarns, named for the red pond weed that grows in them. Gorgeous views from the upper slopes.

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Vital Statistics

  • Length: 2 hours return
  • Maximum Altitude: N/A
  • Level of Difficulty: Strenuous

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