Mt Aspiring Nature and Eco Tourism
Mt Aspiring is New Zealand's second highest mountain, nestled within the Mt Aspiring National Park, in the Wanaka region. Mt Aspiring National Park is a hiker and mountaineers paradise.
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.
New Zealand guided walking adventures. We are a specialist adventure tour company with decades of experience running small-group tours with the best Kiwi guides. Enjoy hikes on the Milford, Routeburn and Hollyford Tracks plus Mt Cook and Arthurs Pass. See more on our website.
Mobile-friendly - Operators of multi-day guided walks on the famous Milford & Routeburn Tracks, two of New Zealand's most iconic Great Walks. Walks include transport, food, accommodation in purpose-built lodges, hot showers and drying rooms. Over 50 years’ experience hiking in these majestic landscapes. Safety and comfort are our priority. Book now to experience one of the finest walks in the world.
If you want to spend a day taking photos in hard to get to places. Try paragliding, hiking, mountain biking, kayaking, hunting or fishing. Spend a night on a remote high country station. We will build a trip to suit your needs and arrange all the bits in-between. Specialising for small groups and families.
Mobile-friendly - Wildwire Wanaka is the highest waterfall climb on the planet. Set amongst the natural beauty of the Twin Falls waterfalls, near Treble Cone Ski-Field, Wildwire offers participants three truly unique climbing experiences. Go Wild and Wild Thing and the recently opened final ascent - Lord of the Rungs - a striking 1000m climb, with 450m of vertical, offering remarkable views.
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