The Remarkables Alpine Range is the finest in the country, renowned for its spectacular hiking/trekking terrain and awe-inspiring views.
Basecamp Adventure’s alpine adventures are accessible, off the beaten track (no signs, paths or people!) and tailored to your fitness level. Escape the crowds and discover this renowned beauty at your own pace.
A truly exhilarating and authentic way to experience the remote treasures of this alpine paradise.
They’re suitable for all ages, ability levels and experience.
Who says you need a chopper to experience views from a mile above Queenstown? Half day walks are an authentic adventure with a real sense of achievement. Treks are suitable for all ability levels and experience.
Take a hike around these magnificent iconic mountains, offering scenic views over Queenstown (some 1500 meters below) and the Southern Lakes area. Your guide can take you on an easy walk or a more physical boulder hopping adventure. Low, moderate or high fitness options available.
This is arguably the most rewarding short walk in the Queenstown area, offering incredible panoramic views for only a moderate amount of uphill effort!
1 Adult: $399
2 Adults: $499 total
1 Child & 1 Adult: $489
Family of 3: $549
Family of 4: $589
Family of 5: $649
Looking for something a bit more challenging than your average day trek?
We specialise in alpine trekking, with long drops, exciting scrambles, and amazing views. Let our guides take you on a boulder-hopping journey while providing an in-depth interpretation of the mountain environment.
All of our Alpine Treks are privately guided for you and your group, ensuring that the day will be tailored to your needs.
|Group Size||Price per person|
|3 - 6||$299|
A spectacularly scenic introduction to a range of New Zealand trekking terrain. This overnight experience is a scenic introduction to the astounding alpine high country of the Southern Alps.
Traversing glacial carved valleys with towering cliffs, alpine lakes, the highest peaks of the Remarkables Range tower above, sweeping panoramic views abound as you cross the Wye Saddle before plunging downward through a steep-sided valley renowned for its ecologically sensitive fauna, rock climbing, and ice climbing.
The modest duration of walking each day allows plenty of time for your guide to discuss geology, history, flora, fauna and most importantly a range of hiking knowledge and skills to prepare you for independent adventuring in a range of conditions and terrain.
|2 people||$799.5 pp|
|Group of 3-6||$599 pp|
|What we provide||We provide all the necessary technical equipment to ensure your safety (including ice axe, crampons, harness, helmet and avalanche transceivers in winter)|
|What you provide||Personal clothing & items (list provided), your camera!|