New Zealand tracks and walks

Trampers on the Mangatepopo boardwalk, Tongariro Crossing. Photo: Jimmy Johnson.

There are extensive walking and mountain biking opportunities on conservation land throughout New Zealand.

West Coast region

Kahikatea, Lake Wahapo, South Westland. Photo: Les Molloy.

Walks in the West Coast region include Punakaiki Pancake Rocks & Blowholes Walk, Fox Glacier Te Moeka o Tuawe Valley Walk, Franz Josef Glacier Walk and New Zealand's longest Great Walk, the Heaphy Track.

Otago region

Mou Waho, Lake Wanaka. Photo: Nicola Vallance.

Discover the tracks and walks of the Otago region including the Otago Central Rail Trail, the Rees-Dart Track and Greenstone & Caples tracks.

Southland region

View from Rakiura Track - walking along Maori beach towards Halfmoon Bay. Photo B. Modie.

Explore the many tracks and walks in the Southland region, including the Rakiura Track Great Walk.

Northern Fiordland

Made it! A smiling tramper on the Mackinnon Pass, Milford Track. Photo copyright: Valerie and Jocelyn Corniche.

Discover the superb tracks and walks in northern Fiordland and along the road to Milford Sound, ranging from short, easy access walks to long, multi day tramps including the Milford Track and Routeburn Track.

Western Fiordland

Tramper on Troup Ridge, Doubtful Sound. Photo: John Carter.

Find out about tracks in the remote areas of estern Fiordland, including short walks in Doubtful Sound and multi day tramps including Dusky Track and George Sound Track.

Southern Fiordland

Trampers on the Hump Ridge Track. Photo: Dawn Patterson.

Explore the tracks in southern Fiordland which includes the Lake Monowai, Borland Road and Waitutu areas. Tracks range from short walks to long, multi day tramps including the Hump Ridge and South Coast tracks.

Eastern Fiordland

Tramper on the Kepler Track, Fiordland. Photo copyright Roger Wong.

Find tracks and walks in and around Te Anau and Manapouri, ranging from short and easy access walks to long, multi day tramps including the Kepler Track.

 

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Check, Clean, Dry between waterways and stop the spread of didymo.

Didymo controls in Fiordland National Park

Safety

Follow the Outdoor Safety Code:
1. Plan your trip
2. Tell someone
3. Be aware of the weather
4. Know your limits
5. Take sufficient supplies

Alerts for Fiordland places

Contacts

Te Rua-o-te-moko / Fiordland National Park Visitor Centre
Phone:      +64 3 249 7924
Address:   Fiordland National Park
Visitor Centre
Lakefront Drive
Te Anau 9600
Email:   fiordlandvc@doc.govt.nz
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