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Skippers Canyon Holidays

Skippers Canyon Holidays

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Offering stunning scenery and a long gold mining history, set amongst the glacial-carved peaks of Queenstown's mountain high country, the canyon was carved out by the Shotover River which was made famous in the 1860’s gold rush. The single-lane suspension bridge is one of the highest and most spectacular in New Zealand and is suspended by only 14 wire cables.  The winding tracks take in spectacular mountain scenery to reach the stunning views that are rarely seen which make for an unforgettable 4x4 adventure.  Travel in a modern and luxurious Land Rover Discovery with comfortable leather seats, great leg room, large windows and all mod cons with your local guide who has over 30 years’ experience with a wealth of knowledge about the area.

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