The Routeburn Track, which passes through both Fiordland and Mount Aspiring national parks, is one of eight major tracks classified as a Great Walk. These tracks, all in national parks, are particularly popular with tourists. The huts and other facilities are of a higher standard than elsewhere, and booking systems prevent overcrowding.
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