| New Zealand is a beautiful country and offers some tremendous tramping. Look at these
photos and see for yourself. The links below will take you to an index of the photos for that trip. Clicking on the
thumbprint will display a larger version of the photo.
This eight day tramp
starts at the Lewis Pass and goes via
Ada Pass, the Waiau Valley and Waiau Pass to Lake Constance and Blue Lake and then via the Sabine Valley and Traverse
Saddle to Lake Rotoiti - March 1999.
with side trips to Mt Peel and Biggs Tops, this is a pleasant 6 day trip - March 2000.
Some of New Zealand's most beautiful hiking. The
is my favourite NZ valley. The
branches off the Wilkin and links to the Young Valley by Gillespie Pass. Christmas 2001
with friends Marianne and Murray and Dave the porter.
These two valleys
make great tramping with good mountain
views and pleasant tramping. We did side trips to Cascade Saddle and to Kea basin. Christmas 2001
with friends Marianne and Murray.
The Dragons Teeth
is a great trip in a rugged part
of the Kahurangi National Park. A trip of many lakes. Lake Cobb, Lonely Lake, Adelaide Tarn
and Bolder Lake. Good navigation skills are needed. March 2002.
The Richmond Range
is just south west of Nelson
stretching south to near Lake Rotoiti. This trip was done during Easter 2003.
Starting in Waimakariri Valley
in Arthurs Pass National
Park this trip crosses three passes - Harman, Whitehorn and Browning. The trip finishes at Lake
Kanieri on the West Coast - March 2004.
Situated in Nelson Lakes National Park,
is a lovely spot nestled at the southern end of the Mt Robert Ridge. In winter
the lakes are frozen and covered in snow - July 2004
This is the highest peak north of the Mt Cook area.
in the Inland Kaikouras is 2884 metres high (9462 feet) - climbed November 2004.
A trip we have wanted to do for some time. Two fine days made pleasant tramping
from Supper Cove
to Loch Maree and Lake Roe before the rain started - December 2004.
A great two day trip following along the old timber railway line-easy walking though wet
and muddy underfoot. Amazing views of the
- December 2004.