Mount Cook Aoraki Ascent

As for the Mt Cook trip, it was absolutely brilliant. Thoroughly enjoyed it and the 10 day course taught me a lot! I'm already thinking of what I would like to climb next.... Possibly something in the Himalayas. Just need to keep up the fitness (and save up a lot of money!!).

Alex M. | Wakefield, UK
 
 

Milford Sound Cycle

Short on time? This spectacular cycling adventure provides an ideal opportunity to experience the natural wonders of Fiordland and the enchanting Milford Sound. Nowhere else in New Zealand do the mountains rise up out of the water, rich rainforests cling to sheer rock faces or waterfalls crash hundreds of metres to the sea below than in our gorgeous Sound. Your journey begins in Queenstown, where you will embark on this amazing journey towards Milford Sound, enjoying walks along the famous Kepler Track, cycle rides through Fiordland National Parks' iconic beech forests and superb mountain scenery along the way. After a 16km descent into Milford Sound you will board your comfortable floating hotel to explore the magic of this area, with options to swim or kayak, before pedalling on to Te Anau and the hidden Mavora Lakes site featured in the Lord of the Rings. This sensational short cycle journey concludes with a transfer back to Queenstown aboard the lake steamer TSS Earnslaw.

Brief Itinerary

DAY 1 Join Queenstown
DAY 2 Cycle/drive to Te Anau
DAY 3 Cycle/drive into Fiordland National Park and Milford Sound, overnight on Milford Sound
DAY 4 Morning cruise, optional walk to Key Summit, cycle/drive to Te Anau
DAY 5 Mavora Lakes, cycle/drive to Von Valley and Walter Peak, to Queenstown on TSS Earnslaw where trip concludes

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Trip Code: MIS
Trip Grading: Moderate
Duration:  5 days
Activities:  Cycling Cruising
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Next Trip:  04 November 2014
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price: £1,195.00 GBP

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