Walks, waterfalls and great food in Peel Forest, NZ
Peel Forest in South Canterbury, New Zealand. Centrally located on the South Island. It's all about bush walks, waterfalls, horse trekking, amazing scenery and great food. We spent a weekend exploring on horse back, and walking the beautiful native forest tracks. Read on to learn more.
Go hiking in Peel Forest, in New Zealand's South Island
if you love bush walks, birdsong and waterfalls head to Peel Forest in New Zealand's South Island. Off the beaten track, authentic unspoilt New Zealand. South Canterbury's hidden gem.
Visit New Zealand - 33 Reasons to Go Right Now | The Planet D
There are many reasons to visit New Zealand including adventure travel. It was capturing the beauty of its diverse scenery was what made it so memorable too
Whitewater Rafting Class 5 Rapids in New Zealand | The Planet D
It was a cool morning in New Zealand, it was about to get a lot colder as we go whitewater rafting on class 5 rapids with Rangitata Rafting
Auckland Falls, Peel Forest Park Scenic Reserve, Timaru District, Canterbury, New Zealand 1
It is a short but steep trail to this scenic 14 meter (46 feet) falls. For more information: www.doc.govt.nz/parks-and-recreation/tracks-and-walks/can...
Giant Totara Tree, Peel Forest
'Mills Totara', locally known as 'Big Tree', is probably the most photogenic of the many large totara in the reserve. It was featured as Tree 92 in the 1984 Burstall and Sale "Great Trees of New Zealand" book. The path from the road takes about 15 minutes and is called Big Tree Walk. Circumference at 120 cm above the ground is 865 cm. From Wikipedia: The tōtara is a medium to large tree which grows slowly to around 20 to 25 m, exceptionally to 35 m; it is noted for its longevity and the…