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 IslandFiordland

Desending to Roe Hut

Dusky Track

Fiordland National Park

Dusky Track

Fiordland National Park

Time: Up to 8 - 9 days, Distance: 84 km

North IslandTaranaki

Pouakai Circuit

Egmont National Park

Pouakai Circuit

Egmont National Park

Time: 2 - 3 days, Distance: 25 km

South IslandFiordland

Board Walk

Kepler Track

Fiordland National Park

Kepler Track

Fiordland National Park

Time: 3 - 4 days, Distance: 60 km

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South IslandNelson Region

Mount / Mt Owen

Kahurangi National Park

Mount / Mt Owen

Kahurangi National Park

Time: Northern access: 9 hr, Southern access 7 hr, Distance: Courthouse Flat to Granity Pass Hut - 8.3 km

North IslandOut East

Birds eye view

Time: 3 - 4 days, Distance: 46 km

North IslandTaranaki

Mt Taranaki

Around the Mountain Circuit

Egmont National Park

Around the Mountain Circuit

Egmont National Park

Time: 4 - 5 days, Distance: 45 km - 49 km depending on if upper or lower track is taken

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South IslandNelson Region

Lake Rotoiti circuit

Nelson Lakes National Park

Lake Rotoiti circuit

Nelson Lakes National Park

Time: 7 - 10 hrs return

South IslandWest Coast

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Copland Track

To Welcome Flat Hut

Copland Track

To Welcome Flat Hut

Time: 2 days return. Distance: 34 km return.

South IslandWanaka Region

The view on top of Gillespie Pass

Time: 3 - 4 days, Distance: 58 km

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South IslandNelson Region

Wangapeka Track

Kahurangi National Park

Wangapeka Track

Kahurangi National Park

Time: 4 - 6 days one way, Distance: 59 km

South IslandFiordland

Luxmore Hut

Kepler Track

Luxmore Hut

Kepler Track

27.6 km return | 9 hours return

South IslandWest Coast

Time: 3 days

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North IslandManawatu - Wanganui

Rangiwahia Hut

Deadmans Track - Rangiwahia, Western Ruahine Forest Park

Rangiwahia Hut

Deadmans Track - Rangiwahia, Western Ruahine Forest Park

Time: 2 days

North IslandBay of Plenty

Whirinaki Track

Entrance via Minginui Village

Whirinaki Track

Entrance via Minginui Village

Time: 2 - 5 days

South IslandQueenstown Region

Greenstone & Caples Tracks

Fiordland National Park

Greenstone & Caples Tracks

Fiordland National Park

Time: 4 - 5 days

North IslandAuckland Region

Hillary Trail

Waitakere Ranges

Hillary Trail

Waitakere Ranges

Time - 4 days

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Nicola

Germany

Te Anau-Milford Hwy: We spend a couple of days on the road. Did little walks and camped at Lake Gunn DOC campsite. We recommend the Summit Walk incl.the Nature Track at the top.

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South IslandMarlborough

Time: 2 days one way, Distance: 27 km

South IslandMarlborough

Amazing vistas along the Queen Charlotte

Time: From 1 hour to 5 days one way, Total Distance: 70 km

South IslandQueenstown Region

Hollyford Track

Fiordland National Park

Hollyford Track

Fiordland National Park

Time: 4 days one way, Distance: 56 km

South IslandKaikoura Region

Superb views over the Kaikoura Plain and Peninsula reward those who climb on Mt Fyffe.