The 500-metre climb through pine forest to the summit of Te Tapu-nui (mountain of intense sacredness) is well rewarded by the views.
This track is managed by the Queenstown Lakes District Council. Get more information about the track on their website.
Note: Parts of the track cross private land. Please respect the landowner’s rights and keep to the formed track to avoid stock disturbance and farm hazards.
This track starts and ends on Belfast Terrace in Queenstown.
The Queenstown area has some of New Zealand’s most spectacular scenery and natural features. The region also has a rich history of both gold mining and settlement. Several walks follow goldfield trails that enable you to explore and enjoy the outstanding scenery at the same time.
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