Mount Aspiring and Glaciers
Mount Aspiring, the Matterhorn of the South
View Mount Aspiring Tititea and the heart of Mount Aspiring National Park, part of Te Wahipounamu – South West New Zealand World Heritage Area. Maori named Mount Aspiring Tititea, which means ‘steep peak of glistening white’. At 3030 metres high, Mount Aspiring is often called the ‘Matterhorn of the South’.
See glaciers galore including the Bonar and Volta Glaciers and take in stunning views of remote wilderness – ice and snow clad mountains, rivers, valleys, alpine lakes and lush rainforest.
Depart from Wanaka or Makarora on State Highway 6 (1 hour from Haast or 45 minutes from Wanaka).
If you are heading south down the West Coast, Southern Alps Air Makarora is the first opportunity to take a scenic flight to Mount Aspiring. Take the first opportunity of good weather to avoid disappointment.
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Lake Wanaka, Treble Cone ski area, Matukituki Valley, Harris Mountains, Waterfalls, Native beech forest, Black Peak, Bonar and Volta glaciers, Mount Aspiring, Southern Alps and Mauwaho Island.
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Advance Bookings Advisable - No Risk to You
1 Oct 2015 - 30 Sep 2016
1 Oct 2016 - 30 Sep 2017
Prices are per person & include GST
Child Age is 5-15yrs Infants 0-4yrs Travel Free