The Routeburn Track is a world famous vagrant track to be found at the south Island in New Zealand. Starting from Queenstown of the southern Alps and the northern ending of Lake Wakatipu, finished on the Te Anau side separating the area of the Homer Tunnel to Milford Sound. The preservation department of New Zealand categorizes this track as a large hike maintaining 4 huts by the side of the track including Routeburn falls hut, Routeburn flats hut, Howden hut, Mackenzie hut and an emergency protection at Harris Saddle. It also covers the Mount Aspiring National Park and Fiordland National Park which are the most attractions of this track bordered with Harris Saddle.
Entrance to the Routeburn Track is not as firmly proscribed as like as the Milford Track. As it is a relatively petite track, a great deal of the Routeburn track is also reachable to day backpacker. Key Summit, on the western ending of the spot is a well-liked viewpoint and temperament walk not remote from the highway. Over the Lake Harris the track reaches the Harris shelter, the well-liked side tour to conical hill is usually done from the protection offering a 360 degree viewpoint of the neighborhood. From the saddle the trail crosses south-wards alongside the Hollyford face with widespread views out to the Tasman Sea and Martins Bay, earlier than a fall of a precipitous cycle of zig-zags to Lake Mackenzie Hut. From Lake Mackenzie the trail traverses a small plane before hiking to the bush line…….