Links By Trampers For Trampers
Nelson Lakes Motels in St Arnaud
Accommodation in St Arnaud Nelson Lakes National Park. Nelson Lakes Motels in St Arnaud offer three types of accommodation; comfortable self contained Motel Units, two bedroom family Cottages and a modern 36 bed Travellers Lodge.
All Alpine Lodge rooms (except Alpine Backpackers) include colour TV and in-house video, refrigerator, tea/coffee making facilities, direct dial phone system.
St Arnaud Holiday Cottages
We have a wonderful selection of holiday homes in the area that owners are willing to share with you, providing you with the opportunity to have a relaxing holiday without giving up your home comforts.
NZ Mountain Safety Council Video and descriptions
See a useful description by the Mountain Safety Council.It shows the Robert Riudge route to Lake Angelus which is very popular popular and is advertised in most guide books. Very informative and well worth a watch of the video for preparation:
click here to take you there.
Rotoiti Water Taxis
Nelson Lakes National Park-Based at Kerr Bay hamish can take you any hut destination around the Lake Rortoiti shores.
New Zealand Birds
Nelson Lakes National Park - Rotoiti Nature Recovery Project and all the wonderful abundance of birds
Wilderness Guides can show you the Marlborough Sounds New Zealand like no-one else! We live, work and play in this fantastic region - your guides are local people, have grown up here and call this area home. Our passion for this place is obvious and our commitment to our unique environment genuine. The Marlborough Sounds, at the top of the South Island, is fast becoming the place of choice for visitors looking for wilderness and adventure - yet with all the comforts!
Catherine and Graham Ferguson family web site
This site is a photo record of some of their recent tramping trips in New Zealand. It also has photos of holidays in New Zealand and overseas and also some family events.
If you are interested in tramping and thinking of doing some of the trips shown here then these photos will show you the type of country you will be passing through.
The Hiking Website
Get the most out of your hiking experiences! Whether you're just getting interested or you are an experienced long-distance backpacker you're bound to find something of interest here.
If you want food that actually tastes like home cooking this is pretty close to the real thing, tasty and nutritious. Most varieties and they are all good.. especially Thai Red Curry or Tom Kha Gai. They provide great desserts!
The Last Resort
Last Resort was purpose built to enable visitors to the Karamea area to enjoy the huge potential of its natural attractions. Last Resort has also proved to be a unique place to escape the burden of stress-filled living.
Rongo Backpackers and Gallery
Situated in Karamea, in the sub-tropical far north west coast, a small community isolated from the rest of New Zealand by the mountains of Kahurangi National Park, the only road connection being the spectacular scenic drive over Karamea Bluff from Westport.
Your hosts, Bill and Leitu Jackson, offer a welcoming environment to just chill out, or relax before or after walking the Wangapeka or the Heaphy track.
A newly renovated, warm, friendly, family-run hostel. Located in the centre of Picton but just slightly away from the hustle & noise of the port. One of the smaller backpacker hostels in Picton but with the widest range of accommodation including lots of doubles/twins with their own ensuites and entrance ways, a motel style 'unit', dorms and standard doubles.
Backpack New Zealand - Hiking & Backpacking in NZ
A helpful portal, directory and hiking style New Zealand website with lots more links.