Mount Cook, New Zealand's highest mountain, is located in the Southern Alps and is a rugged and majestic mountain covered with thick ice near its summit. The mountain, which was first climbed in 1894, is prone to rough weather conditions that make it difficult for even the most experienced mountaineers to reach the summit. In the surrounding Aoraki/Mount Cook National Park, there are many trekking trails where you can walk while viewing the dynamic majesty of Mount Cook, which attracts many people during the season.
Mount Cook Area
Mt. Cook is the highest peak in the Southern Alps that traverse the South Island of New Zealand at 3,724 meters above sea level. This mountain is surrounded by many high mountains, vast glaciers, and beautiful lakes, making it one of the most magnificent natural areas in New Zealand. A World Natural Heritage site, it is a treasure trove of nature, and offers a variety of ways for tourists to enjoy it, such as trekking courses to enjoy the spectacular scenery and Cessna cruises to view the overwhelming scale of the glaciers from above.