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Hakatere Conservation Park

Hakatere Conservation Park

This park protects high country between the Rakaia and Rangitata Rivers in the Ashburton Lakes District, Mid-Canterbury.   More ▶︎
Ruataniwha Conservation Park

Ruataniwha Conservation Park

The Ruataniwha Conservation Park occupies a mountainous landscape, and includes the valleys of the Dobson, Hopkins, Huxley, Temple and Maitland Rivers. It includes land bordering Lakes Ohau and Pukaki, including the Ohau skifield and much of the Ohau and Ben ...   More ▶︎
Lake Sumner Conservation Park

Lake Sumner Conservation Park

Lakes and forested hills in this sprawling park provide good tramping, and contrast with the rugged alpine environment of Arthur's Pass National Park to the southwest. Highest point: 1980m (Mt Crossley).   More ▶︎
Arthur's Pass National Park

Arthur's Pass National Park

This alpine park straddles the Main Divide of the Southern Alps, with dry beech forests in the east and damp podocarp forests to the west. While lacking the international icon tracks, Arthur's Pass is a popular park with local trampers, ...   More ▶︎
Nelson Lakes National Park

Nelson Lakes National Park

An alpine park of beech forests, valleys, and glacial lakes, offering some relatively easy walking. Established in 1956. Highest point: 2340m (Mt Franklin).   More ▶︎
Pureora Forest Park

Pureora Forest Park

A less-visited park of forested hill country that includes beautiful podocarp forests, a variety of short walks and a few tramping tracks.   More ▶︎
Whanganui National Park

Whanganui National Park

Lowland forest surrounding the long and sinuous Whanganui River, the longest navigable river in New Zealand. New Zealand's 11th national park, gazetted in 1986.   More ▶︎
Hunua Ranges Regional Park

Hunua Ranges Regional Park

Hunua Ranges Regional park is located south-east of Auckland and is managed by Auckland Council. There are four dams which supply the greater part of Auckland's water supply.   More ▶︎
St James Conservation Area

St James Conservation Area

A large new recreational area featuring tussock grasslands, and including the headwaters of the Waiau and Clarence Rivers.   More ▶︎
Te Kahui Kaupeka Conservation Park

Te Kahui Kaupeka Conservation Park

Canterbury high country park including the Two Thumb Range and large portions of Mesopotamia Station.   More ▶︎
Tongariro National Park

Tongariro National Park

New Zealand's first national park andand one of the first to be created anywhere in the world. The volcanic heart of the North Island was given to the Crown by Horonuku Te Heuheu Tukino IV in 1887 and gazetted as ...   More ▶︎
Mount Richmond Forest Park

Mount Richmond Forest Park

A wedge of land at the base of the Marlborough Sounds, south of Nelson and north of the Wairau River, the park includes the ultramafic geology of the Nelson mineral belt. Highest point: 1790m (Red Hill).   More ▶︎
Lewis Pass National Reserve

Lewis Pass National Reserve

A small park occupying the forested valleys around Lewis Pass and bordering Lake Sumner and Victoria Forest Parks as well as Nelson Lakes National Park. Ample overnight and day walking options in the area. Commercial hot pools at Maruia Springs ...   More ▶︎
Craigieburn Forest Park

Craigieburn Forest Park

A small park south of Arthur's Pass National Park including a series of ski fields. Highest point: 2141m (Mt Avoca).   More ▶︎
Pirongia Forest Park

Pirongia Forest Park

Two ancient volcanic cones south and west of Hamilton: Pirongia (959m), and the smaller Karioi on the coast at 756m.   More ▶︎
Route Guide: St Arnaud to Lewis Pass

Route Guide: St Arnaud to Lewis Pass

A 5-7 day north-south route from St Arnaud to the Lewis Pass, via Travers Pass, Waiau Pass, Thompson Pass and Three Tarn Pass. takes in good sections of the Travers, Sabine, Matakitaki and Maruia valleys.   More ▶︎
Discover Hakatere / Ashburton Lakes

Discover Hakatere / Ashburton Lakes

The open postglacial tussocklands between the Rangitata and Rakaia Rivers make for a great winter destination.   More ▶︎

Tongariro National Park World Heritage Area

Tongariro National Park was given to the Crown by the Ngati Tuwharetoa iwi in 1887, and became New Zealand's first national park -- and the world's fourth national park.   More ▶︎
Te Araroa: The longest walk

Te Araroa: The longest walk

The story of the beginnings of New Zealand's 2600km long trail and one man who has walked it.   More ▶︎
Queen Charlotte Track

Queen Charlotte Track

Queen Charlotte Track over 4 days. Slight detour to Punga cove accommodation   More ▶︎