Ultimate Hikes.

Spaces are still available on all walks until April 2019

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Hiking New Zealand's finest tracks.

Ultimate Hikes are the exclusive operators of multi day guided walks on the famous Milford & Routeburn Tracks, two of New Zealand's most iconic Great Walks. Explore alpine peaks and untouched forests of New Zealand’s South Island whilst enjoying the comfort of our luxury private lodges.

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Spaces is still available to walk between January and April 2019

Bookings for departures from 1st November 2019 to mid April 2020 will be available to book online from February 2019.

Why Walk With Us?

Experience the beauty of New Zealand's landscapes in the safe hands of our experienced guides; with the comfort of private lodges and the convenience of having the details organised for you. Enjoy daily breakfasts, freshly packed lunches and dinner prepared for you each evening.  A bar is available for a relaxing glass of wine or a cold beer. We’ll take care of the logistics too, with daily departures and returns from Queenstown.

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"Just completed the Milford track, and cannot fault UH - absolutely great hosts and super organised. Just excellent!"

Jeffkendrew - Trip Advisor, March 2018
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Our commitment to Conservation & Sustainable Tourism

Ultimate Hikes is proud to work with the Department of Conservation and Wildlife Trusts on conservation and predator control in our World Heritage National Parks.

We hold Tourism New Zealand's highest award for sustainable tourism, Qualmark Gold and are committed to providing a safe and sustainable experience for everyone.

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Great Walks of New Zealand

New Zealand's premier walks are known as the Great Walks, renowned for their scenic beauty, diversity and quality. The nine Great Walks are scattered the length of the country, providing access to enjoy the great outdoors. They include two of New Zealand’s most iconic trails; the Milford and Routeburn tracks.

Great Walks of New Zealand