Back on the road, escaping the tour buses, this time in much sunnier weather. Another day of wandering with no plans.
We hiked to a waterfall called “The Chasm” – a tiny slit in the rocks slowly carved by running water, creating a waterfall, or in this case, “chasm.” There were multiple sites and lookouts on the way back up through the valley towards Te Anau. We only had time to stop at a few. So many beautiful vistas at every turn, with many hidden trails in which to hike. Like I said, you could spend a lifetime exploring just this tiny part of the world.