New Zealand is the most suitable country for self-driving travel. Each highway is a scenic route, with unique scenery along the way constantly changing throughout the year. In this sense, the beauty is always on the road!
A winding mountain road that connects Wanaka and Queenstown, from Wanaka to Queenstown, it crawls to a height of more than 1100 meters above sea level. There are several viewing platforms along the way to reach the highest peak. The station was surrounded by clouds and fog, and nothing was seen when the clouds covered the fog. However, the other observation decks have excellent views and the scenery is unlimited. However, because it is a winding road, it is better to drive carefully.
On the way from Wanaka to Queenstown, on the Crown range highway, you can see this famous "alternative scenery" in the South Island. Beginning in 1999, four women hung their bras on the barbed wire on the side of the road. Later, more and more bras were hung to form a bra net. Now it has become a publicity point for breast cancer prevention.
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There are two State Highways from Queenstown to Wanaka, one is Highway 6 passing through Cromwell, the hometown of fruits, and the other is Crown Range route. Highway 6 is relatively flat, but the distance is long. The route of the Crown Mountain Range is short and the scenery is good, but the road shape is not good, which requires high driving skills. We took the relatively quick route from Queenstown to Wanaka, which is the Crown Mountain Range. The facts have proved that this section of the road is very worthwhile. The scenery is really amazing. However, the road to the Crown Mountain Range is very curved, so you must be very careful, and use children's shoes with average driving skills.