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  • Ross to haast?

    Skip to main content Home »Travel Forum »Post »180 »Ross To Haast New Zealand Travel Forum - View All Questions Ask a Question Search Q Ross to haast? (West Coast - Franz Josef Glacier - Transport) Transport - 25th Dec, 2016 Hi,I have a bicycle and want to get transport fron…

  • Antarctica Regional Information & Travel Information

    …beach. The Ross Ice Shelf is the largest in Antarctica and the largest body of floating ice in the world. At times this natural ice barrier can create hazardous conditions with gale force winds blowing sheets of snow across the landscape. Ross Island is situated at the base of the Ross Sea, its main…

  • Antarctica History Information

    …public and explorers alike. The first attempt was in 1901, when Robert Falcon Scott led a British naval expedition to the Ross Sea. After wintering at Hut Point on Ross Island, Scott and five men pushed inland to within 720 kilometres of the South Geographic Pole but finally had to turn back…

  • Cycle and Rail Trail Accommodation | NZ TOURISM GUIDE

    …Wairarapa * Cape Palliser and Ngawi * Martinborough * Wellington * Upper Hutt * West Coast * Greymouth * Hokitika * Karamea * Mokihinui * Reefton * Ross * Seddonville * Waimarie * Westport New Zealand Wide * New Zealand Wide * North Island Wide * South Island Wide Featured   Distinction Hotels…

  • Hunting, Fishing & Ski Lodge Accommodation | NZ TOURISM GUIDE

    …Makarora * Wanaka Town * Whanganui * Whanganui River * Wellington * Upper Hutt * West Coast * Harihari * Hokitika * Karamea * Maruia * Mokihinui * Ross * Seddonville * Westport New Zealand Wide * North Island Wide * South Island Wide Featured   Distinction Hotels Great hotels in great NZ wide…

  • Antarctica Scenic Highlights & Places to See

    …Palmer Station, Anvers Island, Antarctica Photographer: Zee Evans U.S. National Science Foundation Cape Hallett Cape Hallett, near the head of the Ross Sea, is over-looked by the enormous Admiralty Range. Scenery here is wild and spectacular. Mountains rise up over 4,00 metres from the sea. Massive…

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