Visiting Hanmer Springs

Summer or winter, Hanmer Springs is a buzzing hive of activity for visitors. Visitors flock to the world-renowned Hanmer Springs Thermal Pools and Spa to relax in the hot springs or pamper themselves at the spa.

Set in a stunningly scenic alpine area, Hanmer Springs offers so many opportunities for photographers and artists, or visitors can just relax in the hot pools and soak up the beauty of the forest, nature reserves and mountain vistas.

Hanmer Springs Village boasts shops, galleries, an eighteen-hole golf course, restaurants, and cafes. In the immediate area, there are lots of different adventure activities, walking and mountain biking tracks, and of course the Hanmer Springs Ski Area for winter sports.

Because of its popularity, there is plenty of available accommodation, and visitors will find a wide range of choices, from backpacker’s hostels through to the four-star Heritage Hotel .

Hanmer is set on the Alpine Pacific Triangle touring route, which runs from the Pacific Ocean coast at Kaikoura to Hanmer Springs and up to Amberley, south of Christchurch. this area is noted for the Hot Springs at Hanmer, the wine area at Waikari and of course the outstanding marine wildlife of Kaikoura, to name just a few of the reasons you should visit.

If you love the outdoors, you will want to visit the alpine wilderness areas near Hanmer Springs. The Lewis Pass Area and Lake Sumner Forest Park offer excellent hiking possibilities, while the area around the town abounds in adventure activities. There are many interesting routes for 4WD explorers, while fishermen and hunters will find plenty to do in the surrounding countryside.

Hanmer Springs can offer you rest, relaxation, adventure and fun, all in an amazing scenic area. You’ll never run out of things to do!
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