Lake Gunn in Fiordland is a favourite for anyone planning on hiking in New Zealand.
If you are planning on hiking in New Zealand, here are a few things to help you get ready for what promises to be the outdoor adventure of a lifetime.
Misted mountains, emerald fjords, ancient fern-ridden forests, cascading waterfalls and miles of empty black and white sand beaches… You’re likely to find any sort of wild path you’re willing to tread in New Zealand – perf
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