Fiordland National Park – a beautiful waterfall
Fiordland National Park – Fiordland is one of the wettest places on the planet . It feeds the rich Fiordland rain forest , mostly small -leaved , evergreen native beech , which sheds some dark coat tree line in the earth until about 1000 m .
In the forest , moist air and ground support rich thickets , shaded by ferns and moss , vines , vines , shrubs and small trees . Higher , closer to the line of trees , beech and fuchsia delay mountain survival , his beard was covered with a disorder called lichen old branch . It gives the forest and exceptional air of antiquity.
Land rises gradually from south to north , reaching the most spectacular cliffs , frozen waterfalls and mountain slopes Darran . Is a fjord on the west coast that makes riding the melting sea ice . Glaciers amid deepening the Great Lakes Basin . Fiordland valley has a large flat floor and the walls almost vertical , U-shaped classic that is the inevitable result of glacial wash .
The southern part of which overlooks the beach at the western entrance of Foveaux Strait , a famous whaling ground and feared a century ago , when the sea breeze and the Roaring ’40s hit the beach . West Elevation is strongly influenced by the wind roaring 40 ‘s and the amount of rain almost unbelievable 7200 mm per year , on average , to Milford Sound . It’s a beautiful part of the country is one of the attractions of New Zealand ‘s most popular , well worth a visit if you are in the area .
Originally posted 2014-06-02 10:07:29.