New Zealand is the perfect destination for hiking. They even have their own word for it: tramping. I became quite an expert on my new found hobby and would like to share this guide to some of my favourite walks with you.
A snowy Spring tramp: Caples Track, Te Anau to Glenorchy
A post-calving holiday was needed to I set off to complete one of New Zealand’s Great Walks. Sadly the Spring snow melted my plans so I walked the Caples Track instead. An interesting adventure as always with beautiful photos to match.
Milford Sounds and Farewell: Cycling New Zealand – Part 8
Fine dining, great walks and a spectacular boat trip through Milford Sounds – we certainly made the most of our last few days together. We had travelled the whole South Island in one month. Highs and lows. What a journey.
Arrowtown to Wanaka: Cycling New Zealand P2
Cycling from Arrowtown to Wanaka was never going to be easy but this day took difficult to the extreme. We had two options, either crossing the beastly Crown Range or travelling 116km on the notorious SH6 past Cromwell and the Gibston Valley. The Crown Range is a challenge on most cyclist’s “must conquer list” which…Continue reading Arrowtown to Wanaka: Cycling New Zealand P2