Rainbow Reach is the goal for the final day of the Kepler Track. From Iris Burn the track heads directly down the valley through thick, moss covered forest.
The Kepler Track to Iris Burn crosses high ridge lines with outstanding views on all sides – forests, ridges, lakes, far off snow-capped mountain peaks.
Luxmore Hut is the destination for day 2 of the Kepler Track, where increased elevation brings spectacular views across Fiordland National Park.
The Kepler track is a 60 kilometre Great Walk in New Zealand’s Fiordland National park, passing through forests, wetlands, and across mountain ridges.
Gunung Panti forest reserve offers a strenuous but short hike to the mountain’s summit, with great views over the surrounding forest. It can be completed as a day trip, or an overnight trip using the campsite at the summit.
Hiking Maria Island National Park offers treks to lofty lookout points, white sand beaches, peaceful campsites, and ruins from the island’s convict past.
How do Patagonia’s most famous hiking destinations: Torres del Paine in Chile, Fitz Roy (Los Glaciares National Park) in Argentina, and Isla Navarino in Tierra del Fuego, compare?
The Fimmvörðuháls Pass is one of Iceland’s most famous hikes, starting in Þórsmörk and running between the Eyjafjallajökull and Mýrdalsjökull glaciers.
Celaque National Park is home to Honduras’ highest peak, Cerro Las Minas. At a height of 2,870 metres the summit can be reached on a two or three day hike.
The last day of the Torres del Paine trek is an easy hike back to Las Torres, from where buses to Puerto Natales can be found. Back to civilization.