Devils Punchbowl Falls ,Arthur, Canterbury, New Zealand

Location -:Devils Punchbowl Falls ,Arthur and 39s Pass, Canterbury, New Zealand

Devils Punchbowl Falls is a star attraction in Arthur’s Pass National Park. The dynamic waterfall plunges 131 meters into a canyon near Arthur’s Pass Village. The area’s Māori named the waterfall Hinekakai, taking inspiration from its beautiful threads of water. Visitors can reach the waterfall on a 2-kilometer (1.4-mile) round trip walk beginning from Arthur’s Pass Village. Devils Punchbowl Walking Trail crosses several staircases along the way to a viewing area below the falls, ascending 90 meters (295 feet) of elevation.

This hike starts from Punchbowl Car Park in Arthur’s Pass Village. From State Highway 73 in the village, turn on to a gravel road leading to a parking area at the start of Arthur’s Pass Walking Track, which connects to Devils Punchbowl Walking Track after 250 meters. Head north from the convenient car park on a gravel trail that runs parallel to Bealey River. Ahead on the right, you’ll see two bridges on the route to Devils Punchbowl Falls. The first bridge, crossing Bealey River, is part of Arthur’s Pass Walking Track. The second bridge crosses Devils Punchbowl Creek and is part of Devils Punchbowl Walking Track. A first look at Devils Punchbowl Falls can be spotted in the canyon above this bridge.
From there you find the way to reach base of the fall easily.

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