On Walkabout Video: Tongariro National Park Dobbs | February 2, 2008 | New Zealand | No Comments I have finally had the time to upload the short video clips I took while hiking the Tongariro Crossing on New Zealand’s north island. This first video is of the sunrise from near the start of the Tongariro Crossing: This second video is from the slopes of the active volcano Mt. Ngauruhoe: This third video is from a ridgeline I climbed in order to reach the Red Crater that provides a great view of Mt. Ngauruhoe: This fourth video is of the beautiful volcanic Emerald Lakes on the slopes of the Red Crater: This fifth video is the view from Blue Lake looking back towards the Red Crater and Mt. Ngauruhoe: The sixth video is the view from the western desert of Mt. Tongariro, Mt. Ngauruhoe, & Mt. Ruapehu: Finally, the last video is a view of Mt. Tongariro from the shores of Lake Rotoaira: Next Posting: The Steaming Waters of Kerosene Creek Prior Posting: Touring Rotorua Return to the New Zealand Holiday Journal Archive Share this:EmailTweetPrintLike this:Like Loading... Related Tags:Kerosene Creek, New Zealand, Rotorua About The Author Dobbs I am a avid hiker with a love for travel and the outdoors. I currently call the Aloha State of Hawaii my home. Add a Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment:*Name:* Email Address:* Website: Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.