Wooooow so many things you’ve seen!! I’m jealous 🙂
Hi,may i go with my little girl she is 1 year old,to this beautiful muntain?
Hi Samuel – which mountain are you referring to?
Can i go? Is it possible?
It’s a pretty intense hike (we hiked 20 hours in 30hrs) and if its raining can be very slippery, especially near the summit. I would recommend talking to one of the guiding groups like Rudy Trekker to see what they say
WoW ! Fantastic trips from wonderful couple . This is very inspiring , thank you so much!
Hi Jordan and Jenna, Great website and blog, love it.
I figured out the green ones on the interactive map is the 9 great walks, how about the blue ones?
I am planning a 4 week trip from Canada to New Zealand, I like hiking to enjoy the beautiful mountain views, went to EBC in Nepal last year, I wonder what would you recommend as must do hikings in New Zealand.
The blue ones are just some additional hikes in New Zealand. Here’s a few of our favorites:
Outside of the Great Walks, here’s a few hiking options I’d recommend:
– Earnslaw Burn – overnight hike – 4-6hrs walk in, no formal campsite but beautiful view of glacier and dozens of waterfalls
– Cascade Saddle – overnight hike (could be turned into more if you wanted to explore – one of the BEST hikes in New Zealand (challenging too) – no formal campsite again but there’s a toilet just before the saddle by the river
– Tongariro Crossing – part of the Tongariro Norther Circuit but pretty amazing – recommend going the opposite way as all the guided treks
– Isthmus Peak – amazing views!
– Roys Peak – more amazing views!
– Rob Roy Glacer – ~3hr return could be done when you’re out at Cascade saddle
– Ben Lomand – great Queenstown hike
Best of luck!
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