Useful Links.

Department of Conservation (DOC)        For the latest in Track conditions, bookings and other DOC publications.

Adventure Smart      Your Outdoors Intentions for Land Based Activities.

NZ Avalanche Advisory        For the latest in Avalanche conditions.

Metvuw        10 Day weather forecast with rainfall charts.

Metservice         5 Day written forecast.

Trackhopper        Your vehicle relocation service.

Info & Track        Bus transport to Routeburn roadend from Queenstown.

Tracknet        Bus transport from Te Anau to the Divide and onto Milford Sound. Also from Queenstown to Te Anau.

Buckleys        Bus transport to either end of track.

Bev's Tramping Gear Hire        Equipment hire based in Te Anau.

Kiwi Discovery        Equipment hire based in Queenstown.

Kinloch Lodge        Accomodation near Routeburn road-end.

Knobs Flat        Accomodation near the Divide.

 

 

www.ron-enzler.pixels.com        For prints of photographs on this website. Pixels has a large print on demand fulfillment network. With 14 centres located in 5 countries. When you place an order they automatically route your order to the nearest manufacturing centre in order to minmise shipping costs and speed up delivery times. All products have a 30 day money back guarantee.

About Ron Enzler.
Ron was born in New Zealand and has over thirty years hiking experience. He spent seven years mountaineering in the Swiss Alps, Nepal, Alaska and New Zealand. During his time in Switzerland, he was Programme Director for two years at the world's only International Scout Centre based in Kandersteg. In 1991 he was project leader for Operation Raleigh in Alaska and in 1993 organised an International climbing expedition to Mt McKinley (6194m). In 1995 he was part of the highly publicised Te Araroa Expedition travelling from Cape Reinga to Bluff by foot, mountain bike and sea kayak promoting the idea of an end to end trail of New Zealand. For more than ten years Ron has lived and worked in the Mt Aspiring National Park. Working nine years for DOC, five years which were spent as a Hut Warden on the Routeburn Track. In October 2015 he decided it was time to buy a new camera and set a new challenge to photograph all aspects of the Routeburn Track. In 2016 he was a Finalist in the NZ Geographic Photographer of the Year competition.



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