Arthur's Pass, located in the eponymous national park and is one of the connections between the east and west coasts.
The pass is located in one of the most popular hiking areas of the South Island.
Many peaks higher than 2,000 meters, but there can still be made simple enough walks.
It is a national park contrasts with dry beech (Tawhai forests) in the east and lush rainforest on the western slopes.
By the middle of the park are at historic highway and a railway line.
Arthur's Pass National Park was established in 1929 and is the third national park in New Zealand and the first on the South Island.
The five most beautiful wallpapers and pictures of Arthurs Pass in New Zealand.