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Visitors love New Zealand's Four Peaks Walkway, which lets them explore the hills between Geraldine and Fairlie. They stay in upgraded musterers' huts with flush loos, hot showers and a ton of charm. Magic!
Four Peaks High Country Track is a 40 kilometre walking and 60 kilometre mountain biking circuit, over untouched tussock and alpine terrain of the Four Peaks range. You walk along sheep, riverbed and four-wheel drive tracks, in some of New Zealand's most picturesque high country.
The three-day walk includes three nights in original musterers' huts that have been upgraded with gas cooking facilities, flush toilets and (yes really!) hot showers. All three huts, steeped in charm and history of yesteryear, are beside freshwater streams, in a tranquil mountain environment.
The Track is open from November to April, and bookings can be in groups of up to eight. Your packs are transported to the huts, so you just carry a small daypack with lunch and wet weather gear, a very pleasurable way to walk and enjoy your surrounds.
This is an exclusive high country farm experience, with panoramic views, and a taste of the essence and history of the Fairlie-Geraldine area.
Book your group's getaway in the hills and discover South Canterbury's unspoilt high country environment.
Check out our web site - www.walkfourpeaks.co.nz - or e-mail email@example.com. Or phone Jo or Steve for more details - 03 685 4848.
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