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Located on the west face of The Remarkables mountain range this rewarding hike follows the pipe line climbing alongside native beech forest and a stunning natural waterfall that cascades down to Lake Wakatipu.
Queenstown’s beautiful landscapes are on display from all angles on our hiking trails. If glistening lake views are your thing, it’s worth the effort to see the curve of the shores carved by millennia of glacial movement from a lakeside trail. Choose from one of these five great short walks.
The stunning landscape of the Queenstown region coupled with the gin clear waters of surrounding lakes and rivers creates an angler’s paradise and it doesn’t get any better from spring through autumn when backcountry rivers open for fishing from 1 November.
Queenstown is one of those New Zealand destinations which attracts more than its fair share of active travellers and for those keen to keep up their trail running regime, there are miles and miles of trails to explore all over the region.