New Zealand Great Walks

New Zealand Great Walks

New Zealand's Great Walks are justifiably highly regarded by the hiking community, with many people from around the world coming every year to walk these tracks. Hiking New Zealand offers a number of the Great Walks of New Zealand.

For a quick review of each Great Walk's features, view our Tours Information.

For more information about New Zealand's Great Walks, click on each page:

Lake Waikaremoana Hike

Hike through dense native rainforest while circumnavigating the beautiful and pristine Lake Waikaremoana. Situated in 'Te Urewera National Park', you will be in the largest area of untouched natural wilderness remaining in the North Island of New Zealand. (5 days)

Whanganui River Canoe

Leisurely paddle Canadian canoes while learning about the Legend of the Whanganui River - rich in history and largely untouched. Take time to explore and enjoy the unique scenery miles away from the pressures of everyday life. Although a river journey, the Whanganui is part of the Great Walks network. (5 days)

Abel Tasman Track

This leisurely holiday includes three days of walking the Coast Track and two "free" days at beachfront lodges to explore. (5 days)

Heaphy Track

This route connects Golden Bay in the North of the South Island with the township of Karamea on the West Coast. Enjoy scenery ranging from forest, sub-alpine tussock grasslands with mountain vistas, through to lush jungle like lowland forest and Nikau palm fringed beaches with pounding surf. (5.5 days)

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New Zealand Great Walks
Wanganui Journey
Abel Tasman Track
Abel Tasman Track
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