3 – 5 days. Easy. One way. Updated 31 January 201431 January.
Easy, sunny coastal track with golden sands and excellent swimming. The busiest track in the country, following the length of the national park coastline.
4 – 8 days. Medium. One way. Updated 24 September 201424 September.
This journey explores the glacial valleys and mountains of Fiordland from Lake Hauroko to Lake Manapouri, visiting Dusky Sound along the way.
4 – 6 days. Easy. One way. Updated 20 May 201420 May.
A classic crossing of the geologically and biologically diverse northwest corner of the South Island.
The track is also open to mountain bikes May to September.
8 days. Medium. Return by the same track. Updated 8 February 20148 February.
The Hollyford Track is a classic lowland Fiordland route from the Hollyford Road out to the coast at Martins Bay.
3 – 4 days. Easy/medium. Loop track. Updated 29 May 201429 May.
Popular loop track providing access to the mountains around Lake Te Anau.
3 – 4 days. Easy/medium. One way. Updated 13 May 201413 May.
"The Lake Track." Busy track in summer with swimming and fishing along the lake-side.
4 days. Easy/medium. One way. Updated 18 September 201418 September.
The Milford Track is an alpine journey through Fiordland National Park, and New Zealand's most renowned walking track, visited by approximately 6 500 walkers during the Summer Season each year. Almost half of this number are New Zealanders.
10 – 12 days. Medium. Loop track. Updated 30 January 201430 January.
The classic Stewart Island coastal journey known widely for its mud. Links with the Rakiura Track.
3 – 5 days. Easy. One way. Updated 20 September 201420 September.
A long but easy walk along Queen Charlotte Sound. This track offers hostel and resort accommodation as well as basic campsites. Pack cartage is also available.
3 days. Easy/medium. Loop track with a road section. Updated 11 February 201411 February.
An historic walk through almost deserted, pure podocarp forest.
2 – 4 days. Easy/medium. One way. Updated 29 May 201429 May.
An internationally renowned and popular
alpine crossing between Fiordland and Lake
95 days. Medium. One way. Updated 20 May 201420 May.
Te Araroa is a walking trail running the entire length of the North and South Islands. The trail opened 3 December 2011.
3 – 4 days. Easy/medium. Loop track. Updated 3 February 20143 February.
This circuit on the Volcanic Plateau passes close to the summit of Tongariro in a spectacular, active volcanic landscape of crater lakes, lava flows, and hot springs. A side-trip leads to the summit of Ngauruhoe.