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THE GRAND TRAVERSE GUIDED HIKE November 13-18, 2006 The Greenstone and Routeburn Tracks Days 5 and 6 Next slide
The Hikers and Their Guides Next slide Previous slide
Overall Route of the 6- day Grand Traverse Next slide Previous slide
Day 5 Across the Hollyford Face and Harris Saddle to Routeburn Falls Lodge
The Morning View from Lake Mackenzie Lodge
Walking around the Lake
Larry and Kath hiking up
Lake Mackenzie on a Clear Day
Lake Mackenzie As we saw it in the rain
June and Kath Looking down on Lake Mackenzie
Not much to see from the Hollyford Face on a misty day
The Lunch Hut at Harris Saddle
Crossing Harris Saddle The Avalanche Zone
Harris Lake in the Mist
The Routeburn Valley on a Clear Day
Looking down at Towards Routeburn Falls in the Mist
A panorama of Routeburn Falls
Looking down on the Routeburn Falls Lodge
The View from the Falls Lodge
Enjoying the Afternoon at Routeburn Falls Lodge
Doon Keeping Warm
The weather Forecast
Marks Haircut inspires art
Dessert = Pancakes
How the pancakes were served!
More Pancake Athletics
End of Day 5
Day 6 Last Day: Hike to Routeburn Flats, Routeburn Road End--- Bus to Glenorchy and Dinner in Queenstown
Settling the Beverage Bill
Sue Leaving the Falls
Wee Fuschia Flowers
Larry on a Swing Bridge
A Side Stream
Another Cheeky Kea
And Yet Another Kea
Approaching Routeburn Flats
Relaxing in front of Routeburn Flats Hut
The first good weather report---on the last day.
The Coopers at Routeburn Flats
The Rain-swollen Routeburn
Hikers crossing on a swing bridge
Crossing the Routeburn
Another View of the River
Near Forge Flats
Mark Surveying the Scenery
The Lower Routeburn Valley
The Routeburn Goes Underground
View Down the Routeburn Near the End of the Hike
A last view up the Routeburn
Crossing the Last Swing Bridge
Mark, Kath, Larry at the Routeburn Trailhead Sign
Mark and Kath head for lunch on the last day
Routeburn Hut, Lunch Stop
The Hikers at Lunch
The Bus to take us back to Queenstown
Chips and Drinks in Glenorchy
The Group Photo
A last look across Wakatipu at the Trailheadfrom the bus
Back in Queenstown
Celebratory Pre-dinner Drinks
Placing Dinner Orders
Sue, Margaret, and Terry
Matt and Josie
Our Guide Sue finally relaxes
Doon and Rolf
Kath and Dan
June and Pat
Christine and Roger
Christine and Helen
Chris and Christine
Josie and Doon
Celebrating two birthdays
Last Fond Farewells
The wonderful guides: Sue, Mark, Dan, Kath
THANKS TO ULTIMATE HIKES QUEENSTOWN, NZ For a marvelous 6 days (Days 1-2 and 3-4 are on separate files) November 13-18, 2006
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