New Zealand Walking, Hiking and Trekking
New Zealand's 'Great Walks' are world-renowned. These are the Milford Track in Fiordland, the Routeburn Track, the Kepler, Stewart Island's Rakiura Track, the Heaphy Track, Abel Tasman Coastal Track, the Tongariro National Park and Lake Waikaremoana. But there is more to walking or hiking in New Zealand than these. There are more than 150 walkways around the country, including heritage trails, with walks of up to a day's duration to be found even in urban areas. All New Zealand cities have great native bush walks nearby, meaning you're never far from peace and relaxation. Whatever a person's fitness level, there's a suitable walk on offer in a country of people that relishes the opportunity to get outdoors.
If you love trekking, hiking or walking some wonderful places, you must walk and hike New Zealand.
30% of New Zealand land is protected, this provides some great areas of NZ to explore on foot.
The Government through the Department of Conservation (DOC) takes great care of New Zealand’s protected areas providing, track maintenance, huts, cabins and campgrounds.
You will find walking in New Zealand is a world-class experience.
Great Snap shots of New Zealand
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