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Tasman Glacier Skiing

Glacier Heli Skiing

Glacier Kayaking

The Old Mountaineers Cafe, Bar & Restaurant

Tasman Glacier Heli Hiking

Click on the links to the left of this Home page to find one of our exciting activities.

 

                                                   

 

The Southern Alps are a range of remarkable mountains which together form the backbone of the South Island of New Zealand.

The centrepiece, surrounded by spectacular glaciers, is Aoraki Mount Cook - New Zealand's highest peak.

Glacier Kayaking

Southern Alps Guiding

Tasman Glacier Skiing

Heli Hiking

Glacier Heli Skiing

are based at the famous Old Mountaineers Café Bar and Restaurant in the Aoraki Mt Cook National Park next door to the DOC Visitor Information Centre

There are some fantastic adventures to have here. If you scroll through our pages we are sure that you will find an activity that will suit your fitness and expectations. The links are on the left side of each page.

Call in and see us at the Old Mountaineers next door to the Department of Conservation visitors centre.


 


Charlie Hobbs - Chief Guide and Owner

  • Old Mountaineers Cafe, Bar & Restaurant
  • Glacier Kayaking
  • Southern Alps Guiding
  • Tasman Glacier Skiing
  • Glacier Heli Skiing
  • Tasman Glacier Heli Hiking
  • Marriage Celebrant
PO Box 32
Aoraki-Mt Cook National Park
New Zealand 7946
Phone: 03 4351 890
After Hours Phone: 0274 342 277
Fax: 03 4351 293
Contact us

mountcook@xtra.co.nz

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Safety Certification

Safety

We hold the highest international certification for mountain & ski guiding, UIAGM/IFMGA and we are Safety Audit Certified.

 


Map of Mount Cook

Location

Glacier Kayaking, Southern Alps Guiding,Tasman Glacier Skiing, Glacier Heli Skiing and Heli Hiking are based in the Aoraki Mount Cook National Park. We are located at the Old Mountaineers' Cafe Bar & Restaurant next door to the DOC Visitor Information Centre.

Department of Conservation Approved

“Southern Alps Guiding Ltd works with the Department of Conservation (DOC) to ensure that our impact on New Zealand's National Parks and reserves is minimal. We are an approved concession holder, ensuring that your visit with us to conservation lands adheres to best practice and contributes to the management of these protected areas”

 

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