Routeburn gallery

Alpine lake at Howden, 400m up from the Hollyford Valley, before commencing our bash through the bush on the left of the picture, high above the Routeburn track 

howden

We challenge ourselves to an off-track bush bash through native beech forest to ascend above the tree line 

ailsa bush 2

Above the bush we are rewarded with forever views in the Ailsa range, and our starlit campsite (near the tarns on the left) 

ailsa ascent

Astounding alpine plants present opportunities for photos and amazement

ailsa foliage 2

They come in all shapes and sizes

plant

Alisa range un-named peak (our favourite one), ascended on the second day in fine conditions

ailsa peak

Bushbasher near the summits on a typically fine Fiordland summer day

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Bushbash adding to the height of an un-named Ailsa summit 

ailsa summit

Our favourite tarn in the mountains

ailsa tarn

Descending in style; tracks used by trampers, including the world famous Routeburn track, lie far below

ailsa descent

 

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