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Mount Cook

Mt Cook is New Zealand's highest mountain. Situated in the heart of the Southern Alps, it is a national icon and is Awarded 'World Heritage' status in recognition of its qualities and rare beauty.

Tourism Video - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mzlrnifTl6k

The Mount Cook National Park

covers an area of nearly 7,000 hectares of majestic alpine scenery with more than one third being in permanent snow and glacial ice. The park contains 22 of the 27 peaks in New Zealand.

  • It provides a wonderland for walkers, skiers and mountaineers.
  • A popular way to experience the grandeur of this mountain area is with a helicopter trip or Mt Cook Ski Planes which offer a number of scenic flights that include the chance to experience the special thrill of landing on a glacier or on a snow field.
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