Evergreen Lodge

28 Evergreen Place, Queenstown, South Island, 9300, New Zealand
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walking up instead of taking gondola

by marg59

Today I walked up to the top, I was wondering if anyone knew how far it actually is, must admit it was an extremely hard walk

Re: walking up instead of taking gondola

by craic

oh well done you

did you walk down again too?

years ago I saw it but there was no way i was riding in it - don't like those sort of things

i have no idea how far it is - but i do know it must be a tough walk

Re: walking up instead of taking gondola

by marg59

No i didnt walk down it would have been alot easier it was getting too dark

Re: walking up instead of taking gondola

by craic

you know the funny thing is that sometimes walking down is harder

Re: walking up instead of taking gondola

by Kakapo2

Depends if you walked on the access road or from Fernhill. Access road is about 2.5 kilometres but extremely steep, so I can well imagine that you found the walk extremely hard.

How long did it take you?

Re: walking up instead of taking gondola

by Georgia51

Wondering anyone is an excellent idea

Travel Tips for Queenstown

NZ Nomad Safari

by dragontml

Safari of The Rings - discover "Middle Earth"; Queenstown was the location for many scenes in 'The Lord of The Rings". You can now visit the spectacular scenery that the film brilliantly showcased. Explore Skippers Canyon with Nomad Safaris.
I took the half day Wakatipu tour -
Do you remember the pillar of kings ?
The picture you see is the location of where it was filmed.

The Brazilian Element of Queenstown

by Kakapo2

If you hear people talking English with an accent not very familiar to you, often a waiter or barman, it might be Portuguese. More exactly: Brazilian Portuguese.

You will be surprised about how many Brazilians stay and work in Queenstown. They absolutely love it there, and you will meet more Brazilians than anywhere else in New Zealand.

Last winter, for example, between 2000 and 3000 Brazilians worked in Queenstown. Another big number of young people from the South American country attend language courses in Queenstown.

They have Brazilian Christmas parties and hold Brazilian Carnavals as well. The next one will take place on 22 February 2009.

Based on this you will be less surprised that Destination Queenstown has created an info website for Spanish and Portuguese speaking people, with a special welcome to the Brazilians: “Bem-vindos à Nova-Zelândia!”

Contact details:

Destino NZ Travel Ltd.
Chester Building
1° andar, esquina de Camp e Shotover Streets
Queenstown, Nova Zelândia

PO Box 1674
Queenstown, Nova Zelândia

Fone +64 (3) 441 1410
Internet: www.destinonz.co.nz
Fax +64 (3) 441 1440

White Water Rafting

by grets

Before we even get to the river, we have changed into wetsuits, and on the river bank we are given life jackets, helmets and a paddle. Plus safety instructions. Lots of different orders to make us do different things. I am getting a little concerned at this stage, thinking "I'm never going to remember all this".

Drivin' Otago

by naturalmystic82

Not really off the beaten path, but we drove from Queenstown to Christchurch, from someone used to Australian distances it wasn't so far, but it has some amazing landscape - from Otago's Mountains to the Plains of Canturbury, Sometimes New Zealand seems to be like a continent concentrated to a smaller size..

Routeburn Trail

by robertgaz

The world famous Routeburn Trail, which is one of New Zealand's most stunning alpine walks and is located in the pristine Mt Aspiring National Park.

The Routeburn Trail is a very scenic one hour drive from Queenstown to Glenorchy and then to the start of the trail.


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