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  1. THE GRAND TRAVERSE GUIDED HIKENovember 13-18, 2006The Greenstone and Routeburn Tracks(Days 1 and 2) Next slide

  2. The Hikers and Their Guides Next slide Previous slide

  3. Overall Route of the 6-day Grand Traverse Next slide Previous slide

  4. Previous slide Next slide Day 1: Queenstown-Glenorchyby bus, boat across Lake Wakatipu …..Hike from Trailhead at Greenstone Car Parkto Steele Creek Lodge

  5. View of the Trailhead from the Bus Across Lake Wakatipu Next slide Previous slide Road to from Queenstown to Glenorchy is at the right

  6. Glenorchy Next slide Previous slide

  7. Pausing for Tea and Scones

  8. Heading to the boats.

  9. Aboard the Boats

  10. Last Look at the Bus

  11. On the Lake, approaching the far shore

  12. The first swing bridge

  13. Crossing the bridge

  14. Dan

  15. Harry and Helen setting out

  16. Dan leading the way

  17. Looking north along the Greenstone Valley

  18. Harry and Dan resting for a moment

  19. The Greenstone River

  20. Pausing for a Snack

  21. Margaret and Terry

  22. Mark Cools off

  23. One of many waterfalls on the route

  24. Heading Uphill

  25. Fording at the falls

  26. Upward and onward

  27. Heading for Lunch at Slip Flats

  28. Looking down the GreenstoneValley from Slip Flats

  29. Enjoying Lunch

  30. Harry fishing

  31. Looking for a good place to ford

  32. Larry at the ford

  33. A ‘kiwi’ in the woods

  34. The Greenstone Gorge

  35. Near Mid-Greenstone Hut

  36. Cattle in Greenstone Valley

  37. Sunshine on the trail

  38. Looking down the valley, about 3 PM

  39. Dan leading the way toward tea-time

  40. Moraines near Steele Creek

  41. The turnoff to Steele Creek Lodge

  42. Steele Creek Lodge

  43. Tea Time, Steele Creek Lodge

  44. End of Day 1

  45. Day 2Dry air, wet trail, up the Greenstone Valley to McKellar Lodge Next slide Previous slide

  46. Rainy view fromSteele Creek Lodge Next slide Previous slide

  47. Rolf in raingear

  48. Larry ready to meet the elements

  49. Josie, Helen, and Doon ready to go

  50. The Steele Creek bridge—one person at a time