Fiordland National Park, New Zealand established in 1952, Fiordland National Park is now over 1.2 million acres in size, and encompasses mountain, lake, fiord and rainforest environments. The National Park is administered by the Department of Conservation. While visitors need to be prepared for the cold climate, they also need to be prepared for the breathtaking scenery that Fiordland experiences in Winter. Cool, crisp, clear days and snow capped mountains, spectacular waterfalls and wildlife all combine to make Winter a great experience in Fiordland. Whether you are taking a day’s break from skiing in Queenstown or Wanaka, or just enjoying some sight seeing outside of the busy summer season, Fiordland offers spectacular Winter vistas. Visitors should be sure to allow plenty of time for travelling in Winter road conditions and we encourage people to allow experienced local operators to show them around this winter wonderland.
“A cherished corner of the world where mountains and valleys compete with each other for room, where scale is almost beyond comprehension, rainfall is measured in metres and scenery encompasses the broadest width of emotions” – author of the book “Mountains of Water – The Story of Fiordland National Park
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