Glendhu Bay

A stunning little bay on the West side of Lake Wanaka, on the way to Treble Cone.

Found at the end of the Millenium Track, and just off the road on the way to Treble Cone and the Mt Aspiring National Park, Glendhu Bay is known for it’s sheltered waters, peaceful beaches and views up the valley to Mt Aspiring itself.

Glendhu Bay is popular for waterskiers, wakeboarders and jet skiers, as well as swimmers. The only boat ramp here is found in the Glendhu Bay campground – a popular place for campers and boaties in the summer months.

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