Man on the Edge… of wilderness – Milford Sounds, Fiordland, New Zealand

We landed our helicopter 3000 ft up on the edge of a glacial lake that feeds the Stirling Falls, surrounded by the sheer rock faces of the Milford Sounds peaks and Te Wāhipounamu World Heritage Wildlife Region, New Zealand which Rudyard Kipling called the eighth Wonder of the World… and I can see why, we felt like the first people that had ever stood in this untouched remoteness.

Milford Sounds peaks and Te Wāhipounamu World Heritage Wildlife Region, New Zealand



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