Hot Tubs Omarama

+64 3 438 9703| [email protected]| www.hottubsomarama.co.nz 29 Omarama Avenue, Omarama 9412, New Zealand

After a day cycling through the awesome Mackenzie Country, or beside the beautiful hydro lakes – Waitaki, Aviemore and Benmore – you have reached the junction town of Omarama.

Now is the time to soak in a private outdoor hot tub filled with fresh mountain water, no chemicals are added. A submersible wood firebox allows you to adjust the water temperature, hot in winter, cooler in summer. The tubs are cleaned and refilled with fresh mountain water after each use, used water irrigates the land.

Time to stop, relax, and allow the heat of the water to ease any delayed muscle soreness. Allow at least an hour for your body to benefit while you enjoy the views across the water, surrounded by glistening snow tussocks and beautiful rock features. In the evening come at dusk and soak in the stunning sunsets or watch the magic starscape of the Milky Way above you. Or you can start your day with an invigorating Hot tub get those muscles warmed up and ready to go again


There are 8 private hot tubs, 1 site is accessible, 2 private wellness pods (hot tub and sauna). Each site has its own changing room.

Therapeutic massage suite, check for availability.

Enjoy private peaceful pleasant surroundings. Plus, nude bathing is just the best!

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The Alps 2 Ocean Cycle Trail is a grade 2-3 (easy to intermediate) cycle trail. There are a variety of trail surfaces. Riders are advised to take certain essentials with them (e.g. first aid, repair kit, water, food). Parts of the trail pass through alpine environments, where conditions can change.

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Getting Here

Located in the South Island of New Zealand, halfway between Christchurch and Queenstown, is the Alps 2 Ocean Cycle Trail. It is recommended that you start your ride from Aoraki/Mt Cook - though there are numerous access points along the trail from which to start or end your ride.

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Trail Details & Map

Each of the 9 maps show the elevation, trail surfaces, fitness, skill, traffic, safety notes, and highlights. Please consult the maps to ensure you are prepared for what you'll encounter on each section. Some sections are easy, others more difficult.

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