// Overall Track Information
The staggeringly traditional outcrops of the Brass Monkey Bivvy makes it a spot more Kiwi than most. This small, 2-bed bunk is cleverly perched in the middle of mountains rearing through strong, tussock grass that reflects the skies light. Multiple tracks (unmarked) find their way to this bivvy, making it a mystery to many who have failed to find it, but the adventure getting there makes it all the more worth it. Breaking onto tussock with small islands of forest, the track offers panoramic views of Arthur's Pass and the Waimakariri River. The track soon crosses a boardwalked wetland before a final climb through handsome forest hanging with lichens leads to the hut.