Approximately 60% of New Zealand’s South Island is covered in mountain ranges. The Southern Alps, New Zealand’s highest and longest mountain chain, are strikingly beautiful and covered in a dusting of snow for most of the year.
The Lindis Pass is one of the country’s highest roads, and at an elevation of 971m (3,186ft) above sea level, Lindis Pass views can only really be described as breathtaking.
Is this amazing view on your must-see list?
You can enjoy a drive through the Lindis Pass on our new Southern Stories domestic tour. For more info on what else this nature-centric adventure has in store, hit the link in our bio.