Warrick Mitchell lives deep in one of the world’s most remote locations: Fiordland, New Zealand. His home in the country’s oldest national park is nestled in a vast wildness accessible only by boat or airplane, a four day’s walk from the nearest road.
Life in isolation can be hard, but surrounded by breathtaking, pristine natural beauty, plentiful wildlife and a small but tight-knit community that is always willing to lend a hand, Mitchell would have it no other way.
The dramatic landscape see’s tall mountains rise up above lush forested valleys, which stretch all the way to the coast.
Warrick’s cabin is a four day walk from the nearest road and accordingly the area is only accessible to the outside world via plane or boat, if the conditions are right.