Harwoods Hole

Harwoods Hole

Harwoods Hole (357m) from above  Abel Tasman National Park - DJI Phantom 2 Abel Tasman National Park, Tasman, New Zealand Harwood (or Harwood's) Hole is a cave system located in the northwest of the South Island of New Zealand. It is one of several important cave systems in Takaka Hill, between Golden Bay and Tasman Bay. Starting at the surface as a 50 metre round entrance and descending 183 metres,[1] Harwood Hole is New Zealand's deepest vertical shaft. Further in it connects with Starlight Cave. The long rope descent is considered one of the most spectacular parts of the caving experience at Harwood's. Harwood's Hole has an overall depth of 357 m. Aerial footage filmed with DJI Phantom 2 & GoPro Hero 3 Black Edition @ 1440p, 48fps.

 
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