Mt Cook MacKenzie Country Mountaineering
Mt Cook is located in The MacKenzie Country, a high inland basin to the east of the Southern Alps. At 3,754 metres, Mt Cook (aka Aoraki/Mt Cook) is New Zealand's highest mountain. Mt Cook and MacKenzie Country mountaineering is a breathtaking climbing experience, best suited for the physically fit and, for the more extreme mountaineering adventures, for experienced climbers. Join an alpine guide and explore the best of the mountains in Mt Cook and MacKenzie Country. more
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Mobile-friendly - Follow in Sir Edmund Hillary's footsteps as you climb up the Ball Ridge to view the mighty Caroline Face front-on - New Zealand's highest ice face. From Caroline Hut, your private refuge for the night, you look out over the Tasman Glacier and its surrounding peaks, the highest in New Zealand. Fit hikers love this challenge!
Mobile-friendly - Aspiring Guides provides guided ascents of NZ's highest, most iconic peaks such as Mt Cook and Mt Aspiring, as well as offering mountaineering instruction courses and multi-day trekking. In winter join us for backcountry skiing & snowboard touring on NZ's glaciated terrain or from our private huts. Learn backcountry skiing, avalanche awareness & ice-climbing on our winter courses.
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