A Canadian caver who fell into a sinkhole in Abel Tasman National Park on Tuesday remains in Nelson Hospital.
Harwoods Hole on Takaka Hill
Photo: Supplied - Department of Conservation
The tourist was part of a group exploring Harwoods Hole, in the Takaka Hill.
She fell while abseiling near the bottom of the 170-metre deep shaft.
A Nelson Marlborough District Health Board spokesperson said she was in a stable condition.
The accident triggered a large-scale rescue involving police, fire and ambulance, as well as land and cave search-and-rescue volunteers.
The sinkhole is one of the largest in the southern hemisphere.