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Hiking & Trekking Tours/Trips in New Zealand

Find a Hiking & Trekking trip that explores New Zealand. There are 20 tours to choose from, that range in length from 3 days up to 20 days. The most popular month for these tours is February, which has the most tour departures.

20 Hiking & Trekking trips through New Zealand with 35 reviews

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  • Discover the wild, untamed beauty of the Southern Alps where you can cross high passes, climb peaks, walk on Bonar Glacier or attempt an exhilarating trek up Mt. Aspiring.
  • Indulge in a thrilling, multi-activity hiking expedition along the Southern Island’s west coast.
  • Hike along Bay of Island’s coastal pathways, climb up the expansive sand dunes of Te Paki and stand under a gigantic kauri tree at Waipoua Forest.
  • Hike the challenging Gillespie Rabbit Pass trail and search for the elusive Kea parrot in the alpine region.
  • Trek across Ball Ridge above the Tasman Glacier and reach the summit of Kaitiaki Peak to enjoy stunning views of New Zealand’s highest peaks.
  • Hike through beech, fern and alpine meadows and enjoy majestic views of the Kaikoura Mountain range.
  • Follow the Hump Ridge trail that passes through 1.2 million hectares of Fiordland National Park wilderness.
  • Learn to ice-climb at Wye Creek and have fun practising your new skills in the best ice climbing area in the country.


  • The weather can be highly unpredictable so wear layered clothing and a windproof jacket.
  • Check forecasts for sudden weather changes, you have to postpone an activity due to inclement weather.
  • Always be alert as ice and rock can tumble down glaciers at any moment and pathways can get very slippery due to heavy rain.
  • Do not attempt to cross rivers during heavy rainfall as water levels can rise rapidly.
  • Carry enough clothing, equipment, food and emergency ration to last for a few days.
  • Remember to carry your garbage with you as all tracks follow ‘Leave no trace’ principles.
  • Stay with your group and avoid breaking trail or wandering away from the designated trail.
  • Use a camera flash or torchlight to attract attention at night.