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Kinloch : que faire

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Travel Agency
“There are jet boat trips with options for funyaks in the incredible beauty of the braided Dart River”
  • Recommandé par 18 habitants
Route
“It is one of the "Great Walks" of New Zealand! It is good for just as a short hike too: just do as much as your feel and then double back. Lovely hike through alpine bush and bridged streams. ”
  • Recommandé par 4 habitants
Route
“One of New Zealand’s Great Walks, the Routeburn Track, features soaring mountain peaks and jewel-like lakes as part of a 3-4 day hike. ”
  • Recommandé par 2 habitants
Entertainment
“Horse treks through some of New Zealand’s most pristine countryside. Experience the unique tranquility of the Glenorchy basin with the option of over 100,000 acres to ride on. Explore glacial fed rivers with stunning back drops that were used in The Lord of the Rings or enjoy some of the rich history of the area.”
  • Recommandé par 5 habitants
Cafe
“I can't walk in here for a sit down coffee or I end up leaving with a book - great book store and beautiful local artworks, souvenirs plus coffee and cakes!”
  • Recommandé par 4 habitants
Hostel
“Even if we didn't own it we'd recommend it! Serving great food is our passion and we take special care to create a regional cuisine that reflects the heritage and environment of Kinloch. Everything is sourced as locally and sustainably as possible; some of it's grown in our own organic veggie garden. We offer award-winning wines and boutique beers, as well as excellent coffee created with the glacial fed waters of our lake passed through UV filters. There's a deck with lake views for the warmer months and a cozy fire for those cooler nights. On the last Friday of the month we often have a jam night involving live music from locals and guests.”
  • Recommandé par 4 habitants
Travel Agency
“Glenorchy’s better by horseback! Dart Stables are great for riders of all abilities with walking treks throughout the valley.”
  • Recommandé par 5 habitants
Supérette
“Glenorchy is a small town mist famous for where they filmed Lord of the Rings. Wolverine and the last Mission Impossible were also filmed here. The Dart River Safari runs from here as does Horse trekking. Try the Glenorchy Cafe for a bite to eat”
  • Recommandé par 52 habitants
Campground
“Should you need any fresh groceries this is the only place in Glenorchy and so can be a little pricey, we recommend stocking up in Queenstown as you're passing through.”
  • Recommandé par 3 habitants
Natural Feature
“A flat, easy day walk (1.5-2hrs) feels like a stroll through an enchanted forest. As you get deeper into the forest of tall red beech trees, let your imagination run wild. The track winds up to pretty Lake Sylvan, home to brown trout and small native fish. You can come back the way you came, or return via the 1920s tramline loop. The loop track takes you through regenerating beech forest and is an Operation Ark site where Department of Conservation staff are working to protect the endangered yellowhead/mōhua. ”
  • Recommandé par 1 habitant
Cafe
“Excellent food and coffee for breakfasts and lunches. Pizza night every saturday - eat in or take away.”
  • Recommandé par 9 habitants
Route
“The Caples Valley is a narrow valley filled with forest interspersed with grassy clearings. The track can be linked with the Greenstone track (ending where you started) or Routeburn track (ends 31km up the road), or it can be walked one way, starting or finishing either at the Divide or the Greenstone Shelter. The superb diversity of natural features in this area is recognised internationally with the establishment of the Te Wāhipounamu-South West New Zealand World Heritage Area.”
  • Recommandé par 1 habitant
Skate Park
“Mt. Alfred is an amazing day walk affording spectacular 360 degree views of the surroundings. The track is steep, but three quarters of the climb follows a good zig zag track. Above the bushline it gets steeper and is exposed (not recommended for young children).”
  • Recommandé par 1 habitant
Route
“This is the start of the Routeburn track and there is no reason why you cannot do a couple of hours on this track and take a picnic lunch. ”
  • Recommandé par 3 habitants
Natural Feature
“A beautiful spot within a quick walk of Glenorchy township. There's a trail that goes through and around the lagoon or you can simply pick a bench and enjoy the view!”
  • Recommandé par 2 habitants
Natural Feature
“Starting approximately 15 minutes drive from Kinloch, the Diamond Creek walk is a gentle stroll. Diamond Creek is a very popular stream with trout fisherman and avid birders. This sometimes boggy track to Lake Reid gives excellent opportunities for viewing waterfowl and views up to Paradise and the Dart Valley.”
  • Recommandé par 1 habitant

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