Mt Cook MacKenzie Country Visitor Information
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Aoraki Mount Cook National Park contains over 20 mountain peaks over 3,000 metres tall including the counties highest mountain - Aoraki Mount Cook (made famous by Sir Edmond Hillary). Many walking, tramping and climbing options start in the Mt Cook village. Stargazing is one of the highlights.
This stunning E-Postcard showcases Aoraki/Mt Cook. Digital postcards are fun to send and receive and an ideal way to message a friend or family member. Send one today!
Freedom camping is permitted in many places in New Zealand but the rules vary in each community. Signs will usually indicate where you are not allowed to camp. To be certain about local camping guidelines, we recommend you ask at an i-SITE information centre, Department of Conservation visitor centre or holiday park before you stop for the night.
This beautiful little iceberg-studded lake lies in the heart of Mt Aspiring National Park, in the south-west of New Zealand's South Island. It can be accessed during a 3-4 day hike by experienced hikers only – a truly off the beaten track destination surrounded by some of the most beautiful and most dramatic scenery in the country.
The track to New Zealand's highest mountain is a well-beaten one, but for many visitors to New Zealand the views of Aoraki/Mt Cook and the Southern Alps, whether seen from land or air, are some of the most memorable on their trip. Aoraki means 'Cloud Piercer' in the Maori language and on a clear day, you can get a wonderful...
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