The Remarkable Alpine range is undoubtedly the finest in the country, renowned for it’s spectacular hiking/trekking terrain and awe-inspiring views. Your guide will take you on a hike tailored to your fitness and experience level, exposing you to the most breathtaking sights of this alpine wonderland. Escape the crowds and discover this renowned beauty at your own pace. Our highly skilled and qualified guides uncover dramatic scenic vistas and unforgettable views over Queenstown (some 2000 meters below) and the Southern Lakes area. A truly exhilarating and authentic way to experience the remote treasures of this alpine paradise. Please note that during the shoulder months (June and September), snow coverage can vary. We will always get you out on an amazing Alpine adventure, and will use snowshoes if the coverage allows.
Hi, I'm the Operations Manager for Climbing Queenstown, I've been a Rock and Alpine Guide for nearly two decades, and living in Queenstown for 5 years. I've climbed and mountaineered all over the world, and love to show people what it's all about! Climbing Queenstown has been Queenstown's premier Rock and Alpine company since 2003. We provide a tailored experience, in small groups with passionate, experienced Guides who can bring the environment to life.
Coutesy transport From Queenstown
We'll be hiking along the iconic Remarkables Mountain Ridge, with long drops to Queenstown below, providing the best views of the area! The nature of the walk allows for the group to reach the Alpine ridge at their own pace, and optional extensions for those that want to walk further. This hike requires around 30-45 minutes of uphill effort to reach the ridge line. From there, you'll be rewarded with views from over a mile above Queenstown!
8歳以上の方4名まで参加できます。 Families can bring any age of children, as each familiy group will get a private Guided trip tailored to their level
Bring your own Camera, snacks, water and approriate clothing for the weather. Sturdy footwear should be worn. Hiking boots can be hired in town, from 'Small Planet'.