Te Araroa (The Long Pathway) is New Zealand‘s long distance tramping route, stretching ~3000 km (1850 miles) along the length of the country’s two main islands from Cape Reinga to Bluff.
It is made up of a mixture of older tracks and walkways, new tracks and link sections alongside roads. …
Most thru-hikers take between three and six months for a complete trip. …
Attitude Over Ability did a good chunk of the Te Araroa — the wilder south island.
- 1,200km walked
- 53 days walking
- 15 zero days
BUDGET in New Zealand dollars for 53 days:
- Travel within NZ ~ $270
- Accommodation ~ $1,500
- Food ~ $2,500
- Misc ~$1,500
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