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This week in our Locals Guide to Queenstown is the scenic Sawpit Gully trail. With ever-changing terrain the 2-hour loop begins and ends in Arrowtown. A steep climb into the gully is rewarded with some of the finest panoramic views around See you out there.
From rivers to mountaintops, Queenstown’s natural playground offers some of New Zealand’s best experiences for lovers of the great outdoors. Here’s your must-do list.
Surrounded by snow-capped mountains, Queenstown has many beautiful walks with epic snow views you can enjoy during winter. Don your scarf, hat, gloves and jacket plus some sturdy walking shoes and choose from five of the best.
If you only have a few hours instead of three days you can still experience one of New Zealand’s great walks, beech forest and stunning mountain views, by hiking in to the Routeburn Falls Hut return.
If glistening lake views are your thing, it’s worth the effort of a hike to see the curve of the shores carved by millennia of glacial movement from a lakeside trail. Choose from one of these five great day...
If you’re making the most of the extra days off this Labour Weekend and heading in Queenstown’s direction, we've put together your long weekend getaway guide.
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...
Fill your picnic basket with lunch from a local café or takeaway store, and head to one of our top picks for picnic spots, all within 25 minutes’ drive from central Queenstown.