Walking

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Walking and Trekking

Walking and trekking the tracks throughout New Zealand is top of the to-do list for many travellers to New Zealand. From gentle, scenic short walks to multi-day adventures, experience Aotearoa on foot and immerse yourself in the bush, beach and wilderness you came to see.

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South IslandCanterbury

Little River Rail Trail - Christchurch

Distance: currently just over 30km, it will be 45km when fully completed

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North IslandOut East

Moanui, Tawa, Koranga Track

Waioeka Gorge Scenic Reserve

Moanui, Tawa, Koranga Track

Waioeka Gorge Scenic Reserve

Time: 6 - 8 hr loop, Distance: 20km loop track

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South IslandQueenstown Region

Big Hill Circuit - Arrowtown. Do it.....

Time: 5-6 hours return, Distance: 20.7 kms

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South IslandQueenstown Region

Moonlight Track

Arthurs Point to Moke Lake

Moonlight Track

Arthurs Point to Moke Lake

Walking time: 4 - 5hrs one way, Mountain biking time: 3-5hrs loop track (38km)

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North IslandHawkes Bay

Approx 22 km return | 6 hours 30 minutes return

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AndreaT

Germany

If going by campervan, don't underestimate the distances, eat at The Beach House in Riverton, do the Rob Valley track, have windshield insurance, expect changing weather.

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South IslandKaikoura Region

Barratts Bivvy

no longer exists

Barratts Bivvy

no longer exists

The bivvy was destroyed in the November 2016 earthquake.

South IslandMarlborough

Camp Bay to Torea Saddle

Queen Charlotte Track

Camp Bay to Torea Saddle

Queen Charlotte Track

24.5 km one-way | 7 hours 45 minutes one-way