Some of New Zealand's best walks and hikes are accessible from Queenstown. Explore the diverse landscapes of Queenstown and surrounding regions on foot.
Queenstown is a hiking destination with breath-taking varied scenery, from jagged mountains and native beech forests, to wild rivers, waterfalls and glassy lakes. Untouched nature and stunning natural sights are within easy reach of Queenstown's vibrant town centre.
Queenstown is near to three of New Zealand's Great Walks, two national parks and offers a stunning collection of short walks, day walks, and multi-day hikes. It’s easy to lace up your boots and surround yourself with awe-inspiring scenery in Queenstown, Glenorchy, Fiordland and beyond.
Whether you’re hiking with the family, looking for your next peak to conquer, or seeking a multi-day adventure, Queenstown has accessible trails for all ages and abilities.
Plan your Queenstown hiking adventure with this guide to services including track transport, hiking equipment hire, guided hikes and all-inclusive packages to explore remote wilderness with local experts. Head for the hills and breathe that fresh mountain air on a magnificent hiking holiday in Queenstown.
Before heading out on your outdoor adventure, visit the Queenstown Department of Conservation for up-to-date information on mountain safety and track conditions, and the Mountain Safety Council for practical tips and planning advice. For more information on hiking tracks and activities in the lower South Island, visit the Fiordland website.
Explore the Southern Alps on foot and reconnect with nature in Queenstown.
Queenstown Walking & Hiking Tracks
Use the interactive map to view activities and points of interest