Run New Zealand
One of our smaller maps and arguably one of the most scenic. With a population of just under 5 million people, New Zealand is small in many ways, but large in scenery and culture. The journey across both the North Island of NZ and the South Island will see you track through 46 towns and cities, pass historic glaciers and magnificent mountains, and complete the 4,710km journey in the famous town of Christchurch.
Cape Reinga 516km
On the Northernmost tip of the Aupouri Peninsula, you'll find a remote spot where two oceans meet and Maori spirits return to their ancestral homeland.
Renowned for its natural beauty, green pastures, misty rainforests and pristine golden beaches, Coromandel is blessed with hundreds of natural hideaways.
Famous for a vibrant creative culture fuelled by great food, wine, craft beer, coffee and events, New Zealand's capital city is a cosmopolitan city with an energetic personality.
The 'adventure capital of the world' and the birthplace of bungy jumping. The list of adventures you can throw yourself into here is massive, with natural beauty everywhere you look.
The South Island's largest city is one of the world's most unique destinations, combing heritage with Cycling paths, the green expanse of Hagley Park and your finish line at Christchurch Botanic Gardens.
|From||To||Distance KM||Cumulative KMs|
|Wellington||Picton (via Ferry)||0||2651|
Did you know?
- New Zealand has more golf courses per capita than anywhere else in the world.
- The clearest lake in the world is Nelson’s Blue Lake, with a visibility of up to 80 meters deep.
- New Zealand became the first country to give women the right to vote in 1893.
- Of all the population in the country, only 5% is human. The rest are animals, making it the highest animal to humans ratio in the world.
- Sir Edmund Hillary, the first man to climb to Everest Summit, is originally from New Zealand.