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Having made the last minute decision to do the Milford Track, we knew that meant cutting out some items on our original itinerary and making a quick sprint back up the South Island to catch the ferry to Wellington. That meant a traditional Thanksgiving dinner was not going to...

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Completing the Milford track was never part of our initial agenda however completing the Kepler Track ignited a desire to experience more of New Zealand by “tramping” around. After a little smoozing over with Jenna I managed to convince her that completing the Milford track this time of year...

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Known for its diverse landscape and beautiful mountains, the Kepler Track was our 2nd Great Walk adventure to tackle. A 60km loop and 1450m at its peak, we started our 4 day trek on a beautiful sunny morning. Our friend Ryan (who we met on the Abel Tasman) met...

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Milford Sound is renowned as one of the most beautiful places in New Zealand. Situated in the middle of Fiordland, it’s beautiful glacier shaped mountains along an ocean inlet make it a picture perfect setting. Milford Sound We were quite surprised by how small the town was. Initially planning...

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Back to our beautiful campsite on Moke Lake, and with quite a bit of sunlight left, Jordan’s urge to climb the unnamed mountain just couldn’t be contained. Challenged to make it to the top, we took off up the hill, dogging thorn bushes and crusted sheep poo. (YUK!) Beautiful...

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After our morning glide, we took off up the Gondola to test out the Queenstown Luge track. It was hard to believe but the views here were even more beautiful than Rotarua. The beautiful blue lakes with the mountains in the distance and the small city below made a...

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It was a beautiful blue sky morning up on the mountain with a light blanket of low hanging clouds covering the valley below. A PERFECT day for hang gliding! View from our launch site  At the bottom of the local ski hill, we suited up in our gear and...

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Queenstown is the adventure capital of the world and most famous for its bungy jumping adventures. AJ Hackett was the first to commercialize bungy jumping back in 1988 and has since made a business out of helping people leap off structures all over the world. With a few options...

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