Mt. Cook


Mt. Cook | Aoraki is the highest mountain in New Zealand, towering above the Southern Alps at 3,724 metres. Mt. Cook is home to the Tasman Glacier, New Zealand's largest glacier. From above, you'll marvel at the milky blue alpine lakes that are glacially-fed, dotted high in the mountains. Get taken back to the ice age with Fox Glacier and Franz Josef Glacier and take in the remote wilderness of Mt. Aspiring.

We have multiple trip options to suit everyone's schedule and activities to check off that bucket list! Your friendly and knowledgeable pilot will provide commentary during your flight, pointing out hidden lakes and formations and the history of the areas you're flying over.

Walk across New Zealand’s largest glacier. Embark on a scenic flight with  unparalleled views of the Franz Josef and Fox Glaciers and land in Mt. Cook National Park. From there, you’ll team up with your knowledgeable guide, take a helicopter to the Tasman Glacier and explore ice formations, seracs and ice caves.

Explore the home of New Zealand’s highest mountain and explore Mt. Cook at your own pace. Take a scenic flight to Mt. Cook National Park and choose how you’d like to spend your day. You can walk the popular Hooker Valley Track, visit the Sir Edmund Hilary Centre, and enjoy a lunch at The Hermitage.

Experience New Zealand’s only glacial boat tour during summer. After flying to Mt. Cook National Park, meet up with your guide and set off on your boat adventure. After a 30-minute alpine  walk, you’ll board your custom MAC boat and get up close to the icebergs and touch the 300-500  year old ice crystals.

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