Multi-day Hikes

Home to three extraordinary national parks, Nelson Tasman is a destination for avid hikers and lovers of the outdoors.

From the rugged backcountry of the Kahurangi National Park, to the glacial lakes and alpine valleys of Nelson Lakes National Park, right through to the coastal beauty of the Abel Tasman National Park, you'll never be short of options to hike amongst our spectacular surroundings. The region is also home to two of New Zealand's Great Walks, the Abel Tasman Coast Track and the Heaphy Track, offering the perfect opportunity to tick these off your bucket list!

Abel Tasman Coast Track

Abel Tasman Coast Track

The Abel Tasman National Park is New Zealand’s smallest but most popular national park, and the Coastal Track is renowned as one of the country’s Great Walks. Blessed with a mild climate, golden beaches and lush native bush, a multiday adventure in the Abel Tasman is a truly extraordinary experience.

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Heaphy Track

Heaphy Track

The Heaphy Track traverses diverse and rugged landscapes, including craggy ranges, alpine meadows, and valleys of native palms. It is one of New Zealand’s Great Walks, connecting the Aorere Valley in Golden Bay with Karamea on the West Coast.

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Abel Tasman Inland Track

Abel Tasman Inland Track

The inland track of the Abel Tasman National Park will take you through regenerating and undisturbed forest alive with the chorus of tui and bellbirds, and provides spectacular views of the coast.

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Nelson Lakes National Park

Nelson Lakes National Park

Experienced hikers will appreciate the beauty of the Nelson Lakes National Park, traversing fields of waving tussocks, navigating stunning alpine landscapes and crossing rushing river valleys.

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Kahurangi National Park

Kahurangi National Park

New Zealand’s second largest national park spans 450,000 hectares and is home to 570km of tramping tracks, as well as an array of fascinating flora and fauna who make home amongst it’s various altitudes and landforms.

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Mount Richmond Forest Park

Mount Richmond Forest Park

The Mount Richmond Forest Park comprises most of the steep native forest-covered mountain country between Nelson and Blenheim, offering outstanding views over the Wairau Plains, Tasman Bay, and the Inland Kaikoura Ranges.

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