The Queen Charlotte track is located at the top of the South Island in New Zealand. It is one of the nicest walk’s I have ever done. I did it in 2009 together with my wife Stephanie. We walked independently and camped. Learn more about the track by clicking here.
Sleepy little Picton town, where we caught a water taxi to take us to Cook’s Cove the start of the Queen Charlotte Track.
Stephanie at the Cook’s Cove – the start of the track. From here we walked for three days back to Anakiwa.
I can’t say enough about how nice the views were.
The track is beautiful condition, very well maintained and sign posted.
The Interislander ferry in the distance
We stayed in my MACPAC tent
A Shetland pony
Stephanie enjoying the views over the Queen Charlotte Sound
Stephanie crosses a style
Walking through some farmland.
Cooking porridge for breakfast
I think this is a Weka?
Drying off after a swim
The finish line is at Anakiwa – home of New Zealand’s outward bound school which I attended many years ago.
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