Get a taste of the famous Milford Track on a one-day guided adventure.
The Milford Track, long regarded as the ‘finest walk in the world’ is a four day trip through the heart of Fiordland National Park. If you don’t have the time to do the full walk, a Milford Track Guided Day Walk is the only way to go.
Join your guide in Te Anau and take a short coach trip to Te Anau Downs and then cruise across Lake Te Anau to the start of the Milford Track.
Our walk takes you along the Glade Burn to historic Glade House where we’ll stop for lunch and a hot drink. The path then follows the stunning Clinton River, across a swing bridge into a mystical beech forest.
On your trip our knowledgeable nature guides will help you interpret the magical surroundings, providing you with information about the track’s history and the unique native birds and plants around you.
4-5 hours of leisurely walking (approx. 9 - 11kms return)
Enjoy a one-hour scenic cruise across Lake Te Anau (each way)
Small group (12 per guide)
Suitable for children 10 years and over
Queenstown coach connections (extra cost) with free pick-ups from most accommodation
Book Your Milford Track Guided Day Walks
Leaving from Te Anau
Duration:8 hrs 30 mins
Season:Nov - Mid Apr | End of season special applies - save $36
In case you haven't found the information you were looking for, we've put together some of the most common questions our customers ask about our trips. If you need more specific answers, please contact us directly.
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Online transactions/prices are conducted in what currency?
All prices and transactions on the Real Journeys website are in New Zealand dollars (NZD). This is specified on the Terms & Conditions page.
What happens if there is an emergency ?
Our staff are trained to deal with incidents and in case of an emergency you should listen to their instructions. We have a portable defibrillator on each of our overnight cruise vessels (Milford Mariner, Milford Wanderer and Fiordland Navigator). In addition to this we also have portable defibrillators at the following locations: • Milford Sound Visitor Terminal • Real Journeys Visitor Centre, Manapouri • Cavern House (Te Anau Glowworm Caves) • Colonel’s Homestead Restaurant, Walter Peak • TSS Earnslaw Vintage Steamship • Stewart Island Ferry (Bluff - Oban - Bluff).
How long does it take to travel to Te Anau?
From Queenstown to Te Anau by car or coach takes around 2 hrs 45 mins and from Manapouri around 30 minutes. For more information refer to our Driving Times webpage.