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10 Tourist Deathtraps

See also: New Zealand Death Clocks

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Top 10 Tourist Deathtraps in New Zealand

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Super Categories:

  • Whakaari/ White Island volcano
  • NZ Mosques
  • High-rise buildings in Christchurch

Special category:

  • Any road/state highway throughout NZ

Candidates (A-Z)

1 North Island [expect major disasters in the cities of Auckland, Wellington…]
2 South Island [expect major disasters in the cities of Christchurch, Queenstown…]
3 Whakaari/White Island volcano
4 Aoraki / Mount Cook National Park
5 Mount Aspiring National Park
6 Fiordland National Park and Milford Sound, South Island
7 Fox and Franz Josef Glaciers, South Island
8 Lake Taupo and Tongariro National Park, North Island
9 Rotorua, North Island
10 Tongariro Alpine Crossing

Sent by Blog Contributor Nanz:

“In just nine months in 2019 (between April and December) at least 11 people died while tramping in the Tararua Range, Arthur’s Pass, the Remarkables, the Tongariro Northern Circuit, Nelson Lakes National Park, Mount Lancelot, and the Routeburn Track.”
“A recent analysis conducted by Mountain Safety Council (MSC) found the Tongariro Alpine Crossing had the most safety incidents over nearly a decade. In total there were 293 incidents – a combination of fatalities, search and rescues, and injuries – compared with 52 on the Mount Taranaki Summit Route, and 47 on the Milford Track over the same period. The exact number of fatalities for each track wasn’t yet known by MSC.”
“The most fatalities occurred in Southland, followed by Queenstown Lakes and Tasman, Westland, the Tararua Ranges, Aoraki/Mount Cook, and Central North Island, Taranaki and Auckland.”

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