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Kepler Track

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Kepler Track

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Golf Course Road Eastern Fiordland, Te Anau, Fiordland National Park New Zealand
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Cruising Milford Sound is among New Zealand’s most spectacular activities, but the mountain scenery that lines the coast is just as gorgeous. Experience both on this full-day trip from Queenstown, traveling through the heart of Fiordland National Park, and then cruising all the way to the edge of the Tasman Sea. An included Kiwi-style barbecue lunch completes the excursion, which includes plenty of sightseeing stops throughout the day.
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melonie k wrote a review Nov 7
New Zealand4 contributions
We took the water taxi from teanau to broad bay which saved our legs for the steady climb to luxmore hut, the views up and from the hut were stunning and they got even more amazing on day 2, walking in what seemed to be the top of the world for a good part of the hike. Got to say hi to some cool kea on the way too!! It was a challenging hike with great climbs, and seeing the huge difference in the plant life from alpine back into the Bush. Huts were great, flush toilets and gas cooking. Great weekend, definitely recommend
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Date of experience: November 2020
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Joseph.. wrote a review Oct 2020
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We did the whole kepler track in 3 days in mid october. Just 2 hours away in the hike i got a phone call from my bank like somebody is using my bank card, doing transactions. Same amount around 10 times. Conclusion: don't leave your valuables in the car, the car park is not monitored by police. I left my wallet in the door and someone was watching me probably and after we left with the huge backpacks( obviously going to do multiday tramping) got to the door with a paywave terminal and withdraw the money. Everyone who planning to do the kepler track pls be very careful.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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John wrote a review Sep 2020
Taranaki Region, New Zealand3 contributions
This is a fantastic track to walk, the scenery was beautiful, and the tracks/huts weren't too busy, definitely worth it.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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CoeliacAdventurer wrote a review May 2020
Brampton, United Kingdom140 contributions66 helpful votes
I walked part of the Kepler Track during level 4 COVID-19 lockdown, so unfortunately I wasn't able to do the entire track. Instead, my friend and I walked the more easily accessible parts of the Kepler track in small chunks from Te Anau. We walked from the Control Gates to Dock Bay and Brod Bay several times, taking in the beautiful sights of lake and forest, and seeing lots of lovely native birds along the way. Fantails, tomtits, grey warblers, SI robin, rifleman, and even morepork! The section to Brod Bay from the Control Gates takes about an hour and a half, so easily manageable in a day, even with the added time of walking from Te Anau to the control gates. We also explored in the opposite direction, from the control gates along the river to Rainbow Reach and the famous bridge. It was amazing to see the track to free and empty of people, I'm sure it's usually full of tourists doing the full loop. Again we saw lots of natives birds along this section and enjoyed our walk through forest and river. The walk from the control gates to Rainbow Reach took us about 3.5 hours as we were stopping often to look for birds, and closer to 3 hours on the way back. Plus the walk from the control gates to Te Anau, it was a long walk but worth it! Hopefully one day I can return and walk the entire loop, I'd love to see kea and whio at the top!
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Shade_Jon wrote a review Mar 2020
Jerusalem, Israel44 contributions9 helpful votes
Okay, we only walked about 45 minutes of the track (and then back), but it was lovely. A great spot adjacent to the lake, and we saw some skittish mice. Gorgeous moss-covered trees and rocks, just the kind of walk you want when you think of forest and nature.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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