New Zealand issued a set of stamps on Walking Trails on 08 Jun 1988.
70c – Milford – Hiking route located inside Fiordland National Park among the mountains and temperate rain forests in South Island.
80c- Heaphy – Hiking route located inside Kahurangi National Park in North West of South Island. It is 78.4 long trek. Maori tribes are known to have settled along lower course of Heaphy river.
85C -Copeland – The track was constructed in 1901-03 to provide a tourist route across the Southern Alps to the west coast. It is situated in Westland Tai Poutini National Park.
$1.30 – Routeburn- it is located in Fiordland National Park and links it to Mount Aspiring National Park. the highest point of the track is 1255 metres above sea level. This walking trail is along mountain peaks, huge valleys, waterfalls and lakes.
New Zealand issued a set of four stamps on 100th Anniversary of National Parks on 17 Jun 1987.
70c – Urewera – Established 1954, forested along the east coast of NZ’s North Island.
80c – Mt Cook National Park – Established 1953, Mt Cook lies in this park.
85c – Fiordland National Park – Established in 1952, it is the largest national park.
$ 1.30 – Tongariro National Park – It is the oldest national park in New Zealand. It has been acknowledged by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site of mixed culture and natural values. There are three active volcanoes in the park.