Ahuriri River Valley is a 11.1km road, driveable with 2WD and 4WD vehicles, located in Twizel Area, Canterbury in New Zealand.
Arthur's Pass, at an elevation of 920 m, is a mountain pass located in the Southern Alps of the South Island of New Zealand.
Bossu Road is a mountain road, located in the Okuti Valley, in Canterbury, (New Zealand), with a total length of 30,3 km.
Branch River Rd is a 14km road, located in Nelson/Marlborough in New Zealand, driveable only with 4WD vehicles.
Crown Range Road is a road that winds steeply between Arrow Junction, south of Arrowtown, and Wanaka to the north. This is one of the highest sealed roads in New Zealand.
Danseys Pass, at an elevation of 935 m (3,068 ft) above the sea level, is a mountain pass located in the Kakanui Mountains, between Central Otago and North Otago, in the South Island of New Zealand.
Denniston Circuit is a 11km road, for 4WD vehicles only, located in the West Coast of New Zealand.
Desert road runs between Rangipo (10 km south of Turangi) and Waiouru, on the North Island Volcanic Plateau of New Zealand and has a total length of 61.6 km. Dominated by Mt Ngāuruhoe, the Desert Road is exposed to snowfalls and low temperatures in winter, and its summit is 1074 m above the sea level, the highest point in the New Zealand State Highway network.
All traffic travels on the left in New Zealand, and you should exercise extra caution if you are accustomed to driving on the right. Driving on the wrong side of the road is a leading cause of serious injury and death for U.S. tourists.
New Zealand has some great places for four-wheel driving. Whether you use your vehicle to get to your favourite camping or fishing spot or just to view the scenery and enjoy.
Glenorchy is a small settlement nestled in spectacular scenery, at an elevation of 300m above the sea level, at the northern end of Lake Wakatipu in New Zealand's south Island.
Haast Pass is a mountain pass, at an elevation of 562m above sea level, located in the Southern Alps of the South Island of New Zealand.
In 1935 five men with shovels and wheelbarrows began to pierce this 1240m tunnel into the Cleddau Valley and the magnificent country beyond.