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Lonely Planet Tramping in New Zealand (Lonely Planet Tramping in New Zealand)by Jim Dufresne
Synopses & Reviews
Make tracks across the spectacular range of New Zealand landscapes. The deep valleys of Fiordland and Mt Aspiring beckon, the Marlborough Sounds call, the volcanoes of Tongariro are steaming. Explore on foot the natural wonders of this country from coast to Cook.
In This Guide:
Foreword by New Zealand adventurer Peter Hillary.
53 detailed trail descriptions for trampers of all levels.
Color section on the Great Walks of New Zealand.
Two-color contour maps for all featured tramps.
Essential accommodation and transport information.
Expert advice on equipment, health and environmentally responsible walking.
New Zealand's best walks are selected by an expert author team. This edition features content on New Zealand's environment and wildlife, as well as two-color contour maps. Comprehensive track notes, special interest walks, and thorough access, accommodation and travel information round out this volume.
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