Ultimate Mountains to Sea
An ecologically diverse and historical Fiordland experience like no other
- See it all – glaciers, native forests, rugged peaks, alpine lakes, beaches
- Spend the day with one of the most experienced and knowledgeable guides in this area, Bard Crawford
- Fly over Milford Sound and the spectacular wilderness of Hollyford Valley
- Experience a successful conservation project in one of Fiordland’s biodiversity hot spots
Explore Hollyford Valley: Fiordland’s hidden gem
Taking you over mountains, through rainforests, and to the sea, this once in a lifetime journey has it all. Starting in Te Anau, Milford Sound or Queenstown, you’ll travel to the northernmost point of Fiordland National Park (Martins Bay) over the course of an epic, breath taking day which involves several helicopter landings and hiking stretches of remote native bush.
You are in the best possible hands with your guide, Bard Crawford. He will introduce you to the valley’s ancient rainforests, diverse wildlife, and vibrant Māori and European history. Bard’s passion for the area is infectious; he’s spent over 20 years hiking and exploring the valley and has an intimate knowledge of its unique features.
Learn about the active conservation project that has today transformed Martins Bay into an ecological wonder and biodiversity hot spot.
Fly over majestic mountains and ancient pounamu trails into the heart of the Hollyford Valley. From Martins Bay, you’ll fly back to Te Anau over Milford Sound and down the spectacular spine of Fiordland National Park. An epic end to an unforgettable day.