Hidden adventure gems in the South Island

The team at Romer have swiped our way to five great local adventures for you in Romer app.

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Climb the waterfall at Cave Stream

You’ll want warm weather (so that water temperature is mild), a head torch (so you can see), and minimal recent rainfall (so the water level is low). Something to tackle with a group (safety in numbers).

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Mount Fyffe walk

Summit: 1602m above sea level 6-8 Hour Hike

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Take the track to Farewell Spit

Walk Farewell Spit & Puponga Farm Park Track

Stay with 360 degree views of the glacier and ice cliffs

Description Aoraki/Mount Cook Village to Sealy Tarns Time: 2 hr Start on the Kea Point Track either outside the Aoraki/ Mount Cook National Park Visitor Centre or at White Horse Hill car park, at the end of the Hooker Valley Road. Follow the Kea Point Track to the Sealy Tarns turnoff. The Sealy Tarns Track begins gently until you reach the foot of the Mueller Range. The track zigzags steeply up to Sealy Tarns. A climb to this spot will reward the walker with spectacular views of the Hooker Valley and the peaks in the area, including Aoraki/Mt Cook on a good day. A tarn is the name given to a small mountain lake or pond.

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If you are like us and up for more than 5 adventures you can download Romer app to swipe hundreds of new adventure ideas throughout New Zealand and Australia.

Happy Friday!

From the team at Romer App