Slope Point, South Island, New Zealand. The southernmost point of beautiful New Zealand mainly is used for sheep herding. The terrain is indeed brute: strong winds from Antarctica blow 2000 miles and then smash into Slope Point.
The uninterrupted intense winds have affected the trees, that have crooked tremendously. Only the sheep herd here: all animals and humans have abandoned the Slope Point. However, it is really interesting and unique place to visit once in the area.
Why to go there?
To see the windswept trees, steep rocky coastline and sheep in this lonely corner of New Zealand.
How to get there?
Slope Point can only be reached by a 20 minute hike from Waikawa and Haldane villages.
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