On this site, the Llawrenny Peaks are taken to include peaks between the Arthur Valley, Milford Sound and the sea.
The Llawrenny Peaks
A beautifully isolated set of peaks dotted round a large plateau that drains into Sinbad Gully. The western aspects are gentle snow slopes but the eastern flanks drop steeply into camp-oven creek which drains into the Arthur Valley about an hour south of Sandfly Point.
The Arthur Valley
The Arthur Valley leads south from Milford Sound. It is the final leg of the famous Milford Track and therefore sees a large amount of foot traffic during the summer season. Camping in the Arthur Valley is restricted to the huts which must be booked well in advance, so to avoid any confrontation with track officials, plan to camp up the western tributaries to the Arthur River. Access to the mountains of this region requires a boat; this can be organised from Deep Water Basin for a minimal fee.