Weekly Photo Challenge: Forward

Arthur's Pass (New Zealand)

Arthur’s Pass, New Zealand

If you’re travelling from Canterbury to the West Coast (South Island, New Zealand), this is the road to take! Described as “a piece of extreme engineering involving viaducts, bridges, rock shelters and waterfalls redirected into chutes” by newzealand.com, this is one road to treat yourself to.

We spent a leisurely day following the road as it unfurled ever before us and led us through geography that made the heart smile.
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19 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Forward

  1. A beautiful photo! My husband and I spent a week in Arthur’s Pass several years ago at a sheep farm. We arrived 1/2 hour before 2 cars thought they could both go over a small bridge at the same time…..NOT! The road was closed for hours until they could get equipment in to undo the mess. I’d forgotten all about it until I saw your post. Thanks,for the memory!

    1. Dear Tina,

      Maybe the drivers were so overcome by the beautiful surroundings that it affected their driving ability? It is a wonderful environment to spend some time in.

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