Time Required : 3 - 5 hours
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Kepler Track is 60 kilometres tramping track that opened in 1988, intending to showcase Fiordland's best features, including moss-draped beech forest, prolific birdlife, high tussock country, colossal mountain ranges, cascading waterfalls, vast glacier-carved valleys, luxuriant river flats, limestone formations and many more.
Kepler track is named after Johannes Kepler and is one of New Zealand's most fabulous walks administered by the New Zealand Departhe track named after Johannes Kepler. The way is one of New Zealand's Great Walks and is issued by the New Zealand Department of Conservation (DOC). One can witness small streams on the track that need to be stepped across safely. While the other multi-day walks were constructed out of necessity, the Kepler track was specially built as a tourist spot for pleasure. The track is constructed in a very easy-to-climb manner with bridged streams and stairs on the steep areas. Ideally, people stay here for a period of 2-3 days.
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