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Mount Cook Range Travel Guide: 17 reviews and 30 photos

Mt Cook National Park is part of the world herritage area. One third of the park is covered in permanent snow or ice. Named after Captain James Cook, the national park is 700 square kilometers in size and Mt Cook or Aoraki as it is sometimes known, stands 3755 meters and is the highest peak in New Zealand. There are also 22 other mountains in this national park all over 3000 meters.

road up to Mt Cook

i remember it as a very hot sunny day when in the mini-van to Mt Cook. this picture here of the dam

still on the road

another view of beautiful Mt Cook - taken on the way up

Pros and Cons
  • Pros:some great walks u can do here !
  • Cons:limited variety of food...
  • In a nutshell:go, stay a few days here. well, worth it !
  • Last visit to Mount Cook Range: Nov 2002
  • Intro Updated Nov 17, 2003
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  • coceng's Profile Photo
    Dec 19, 2003 at 8:55 PM

    Another beautiful place that you managed to see in NZ ! Great page ! Arnaud.

  • pepples46's Profile Photo
    Nov 21, 2003 at 12:18 AM

    lovely pic of the Mount Cook Daisy.....but limited variety of food?? you must have picked the wrong day LOL wonderful page

  • Nov 17, 2003 at 7:11 PM

    Nice phtographs...

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