New Zealand Tramping Tracks & Hiking Trails
Backcountry New Zealand Tramping Tracks and hiking trails in exceptional spectacular scenery,camping available in backcountry trails of New Zealand. Check out exceptional spectacular scenery hikes, hiking trails, walking, tramping, backpacking, camping available in our New Zealand backpacking back country trails. Explore, experience and enjoy Lord of the Rings spectacular scenery throughout backcountry New Zealand. Before you can enjoy hiking, walking, trekking, tramping, backpacking, camping, exploring the back country trails of New Zealand in our bush, mountains, lakes, rivers, streams, waterfalls, forest, beach, bluffs, lakes and back country huts do your trip planning before you enter our national parks.
Ever thought of five days bush bashing in the Leslie Karamea or traversing the Waiau Pass in the Travers Sabine over to St James Walkway is a good idea but it remains just that? For many people balancing work with three weeks annual leave makes multi- day trips infrequent. Instead, single day, missions like backcountry biking, off-road running, ice climbing lcaol falls or walking in the foothills easily fit into your lifestyle. You can squeeze a quick fix out of any 12 hour time slot that has a Meterological Service guarantee. Come and see spectacular views of the Milford Track, Routeburn Track, Kepler Track and Stewart island tracks. My favourites places are Nelson Lakes Travers/ Sabine Circuit, Blue Lake, D’Urville Valley Leslie -Karamea Track, Tablelands and Cobb Valley, Abel Tasman Track and Heaphy Track.
Favourite Tracks & Hikes Web Sites !!!
Sledge Track – Manawatu New Zealand – newly opened popular day hike 30 km from Palmerston North Manawatu
Burkhard’s Tramping in NZ page – Collection of New Zealand tramping tracks and photos
Fiordland Travel – Experience Fiordland National Park, a designated World Heritage area, and Queenstown with Real Journeys. We are a locally owned and operated company who have been sharing this incredibly beautiful part of New Zealand with travellers for 50 years. https://www.fiordland.org.nz/