Mount Cook Day Tours & Activities

Along the craggy backbone of the South Island’s Southern Alps is Aoraki / Mt Cook. Climbing to a cloud-piercing 3,724 metres it is Australasia’s highest mountain. Recognised as part of the Te Wahipounamu UNESCO World Heritage Area, the region has some astonishing scenery from glaciers to terminal lakes. This could be your chance to touch some glacial ice for yourself.