Matterhorn Chalet

20 Wakatipu Heights, PO Box 1427, Queenstown, South Island, New Zealand | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by davepage35


... get what we were tasting so supped up and took in the views. Stunning. A warm day with too much sun possibly. On Tuesday ,having hired a wetsuit , I decided to get in the beautiful lake at 07.30 with Dave dropping me off. It was cool in temperature but crystal clear with the most incredible spotting points. Mountains with snow to my right and the sun rising over other mountains to my left. Well worth the alarm. There was myself and a group of youngsters doing yoga on ...

Day 131 - Bungy 2 and the Shotover Jet

A travel blog entry by costin


... pork belly) and a Big Al (2 1/2lb beef burgers!). They were outrageously good! We all tried a bit of each others and they were excellent without exception. I think everyone was happy with their choices though. Jimmy and I started with the Chief Wiggum - slow cooked pork belly slices (complete with crackling), a hash brown, apricot mustard and lettuce. Awesome! Then we moved on to the Big Al, it is basically the works - alongside the 2 1/2lb patties, there is bacon, cheese, ...

Day 130 - Go Big or Go Home

A travel blog entry by costin


... them into free fall from 160m in the air! They disappeared from view, before swinging back into view at the other side of the valley.

Then it was our turn. As Jimmy and Alex had, we were doing the tandem swing, so Kim and I went together. We followed the same routine, sitting down in our harnesses, before being suspended out from the platform, high above the valley. We hung there momentarily, before a brief countdown, then we ...


A travel blog entry by bossrocks


... Track", staying in 2 communal huts along the way; hiked up to Key Summit; drove to Milford Sound; kayaked 12km on Milford Sound.

After 3 days of huts, no hot water and no showers, I just wanted to burn some fossil fuel. It was a huge effort to put my boots on my swollen, sandfly-bitten, blistered feet after walking 32km the previous day, but the hike to Key Summit (a mere 7km) offered some pretty spectacular views of Fiordland. Milford Sound wasn't bad either.

New Zealand - Franz Josef & Queenstown

A travel blog entry by sallyram


... we called off at Knights Point lookout (where we were under immediate siege from biting black sandflies, the west coast's Draculas so we hear) as well as some waterfalls and also a little walk to the Blue Pools. We also saw some wild deer. Natural treats galore! Today (aka Xtreme Day) we succumbed to the Queenstown way and went on the Shotover Jet boat with its canyons and 360 degree turns. It was suitably exhilarating and I thought it would be very good mode of transport ...

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This hotel, located on 20 Wakatipu Heights, PO Box 1427, Queenstown, is near Coronet Peak, Nomad Safaris, Nevis Highwire Bungy, and Kawarau Jet.
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    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding