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Sumner Group Lakes – North Canterbury

Sumner Group Lakes - North Canterbury There is unrestricted four-wheel-drive access to Loch Katrine. To drive from Loch Katrine to…

Sumner Group Lakes – North Canterbury

Sumner Group Lakes Canterbury. Map courtesy of Google Maps, Click on the map to enlarge.
Lake Sumner. Map courtesy of LINZ. Crown copyright reserved. Each grid square represents 1 square kilometre. Click on the map to enlarge.

There is unrestricted four-wheel-drive access to Loch Katrine. To drive from Loch Katrine to the head of Lake Sumner anglers need to phone 03 314-4343 for permission and the combination code for the locked gate.

Here is a great video that gives you a good view of Loch Katrine and Lake Sumner. As well as a look at the canal that joins them together.

This post was last modified on 17/04/2017 1:55 am

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