The Remarkables – one of only two mountain ranges in the world which run directly north to south

The Remarkables are a mountain range and skifield in Otago in the South Island of New Zealand. Located on the southeastern shore of Lake Wakatipu, the range lives up to its name by rising sharply to create an impressive backdrop for the waters. The range is clearly visible from the Read More

The Clay Cliffs – originally formed by the flow from ancient glaciers over a million years ago

The Clay Cliffs are located approximately 10 km west of the little town of Omarama in New Zealand. The Clay Cliffs are a stark sight – tall pinnacles separated by narrow ravines. These otherworldly formations are made up of layers of gravel and silt, originally formed by the flow from Read More