Place. National Park. 3555.18km2. Updated 24 September 201124 September 2011.
The third-largest national park, although most of its space is under-utilised. The Routeburn is the second busiest trail in New Zealand. The Olivine Wilderness Area is located in this park. Mount Aspiring National Park is part of Te Wahipounamu World ... More ▶︎
Place. National Park. 12570.00km2. Updated 20 November 201220 November 2012.
New Zealand's largest park, with large areas of impenetrable wilderness. Includes the Glaisnock and Pembroke Wilderness Areas. Fiordland National Park is part of Te Wahipounamu World Heritage Area. Highest point: 2746m (Mt Tutoko). More ▶︎
Article. By Matthew Updated 25 November 201625 November 2016.
The DOC Great Walks are a set of premium tramping tracks throughout New Zealand. More ▶︎
Place. World Heritage Area. 26000.00km2. Updated 21 November 201221 November 2012.
This UNESCO World Heritage Area occupies the southwestern corner of New Zealand. It includes four national parks, and covers 10% of the New Zealand's land area. More ▶︎
Article. By ianfisk Created 15 December 200515 December 2005.
The Routeburn Track is in the lower South Island of New Zealand and links 2 large National Parks - Mt. Aspiring and Fiordland - via the Harris Saddle (1,277 metres high). Glorious alpine scenery awaits you on this track along ... More ▶︎
Article. By trekwatch Created 17 November 200517 November 2005.
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