Late autumn last year, Humboldt mountain range gave me one of it’s finest light shows. Waking up at a drizzly dawn plus having to drive fourty minutes from Queenstown while enduring the freezing temperature, i can say it was all worth it. This was also my first time to see a thin layer of snow on the wooden plank of Glenorchy. South Island is dominated by huge mountain ranges, one can’t simply predict it’s weather. You have to be there and hope for the best. Cheers!
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