360 There is no dead end in the beautiful Queenstown, playing more and more big shots! Some people say that the beauty of Queenstown is 360 degrees without a dead end. When you touch it, you feel it yourself. Driving in the morning on the road, there are high and low squats, Wakati on the left. Puhu is as clean as a mirror, slightly corrugated, surrounded by mountains, covered with green, bright yellow, khaki, gray and dark red vegetation. Some distant mountains are indigo, and the mountain can clearly see the snow. Covered, they are reflected in the lake water, and with different road conditions, the sky is different and presents an ever-changing landscape. Best travel time The natural beauty of Queenstown is perfectly combined with the lively town. The spring and autumn seasons are full of color and are most suitable for photography. In addition, the climate temperature of spring (September-November) and autumn (March-May) is the most suitable stage for outdoor activities. Because Queenstown is suitable for skiing and other winter sports, the peak period of travel is from late December to mid-January. If you visit during this period, it is best to book the room in advance. Attractions 1Walter Peak Plateau Farm Walter Peak Plateau Farm is located in the southwestern part of Lake Wakatipu in Otago, just like looking from afar It is a castle in a fairy tale, a red spire, and a white wall. It is the perfect choice to enjoy the natural grassland scenery and comfortable life. Let the people who come here can relax their mood to the maximum and enjoy the slow-paced farm life. 2Hung Hou Shan Walking Street Queen Mountain Hiking Trail is one of Queenstowns most famous hiking trails, which include virgin forests, rare animals, plants and unbeatable scenery. 3 Queenstown Cable Car 220 degrees wide-angle view, the spectacular view of Queenstown. With the soulful scenery of the Coronet Peak, you can see the magnificent mountains of the mountains and the magnificent landscape of Lake Wakatipu. The eyes can be extended to the Cecil and the Walter Peak.