Home of the highest mountains and largest glaciers, Mount Cook National Park is New Zealand's greatest alpine park, with 19 peaks over 9,800 feet, including dazzling, 12,300-foot-high Mount Cook. The alpine panoramas are incredible here, and many hikes pass within touching distance of the glaciers. Popular activities include a stop at the Sir Edmund Hillary Alpine Center to learn about the history and culture of the region, as well as 4-wheel-drive safaris, boating on glacier lakes, horseback riding, fishing, and flightseeing with snow landings. Nature walks also reveal over 300 species of alpine plants, 40 species of birds, and a wide variety of animals, including the jeweled gecko, red deer, wild goats, and large dragonflies.

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