Aoraki Mt Cook National Park in winter

Some of my favourite scenes during our short visit to Aoraki Mt Cook National Park in June 2014.

Aoraki Mt Cook overlooking the Hooker Glacier Terminal Lake and Mueller Lake (in the foreground) from the Sealy Tarns Track

Aoraki Mt Cook overlooking the Hooker and Mueller Glacier Terminal Lakes from the Sealy Tarns Track

 

Sealy Tarns Track with partly frozen Mueller Glacier Lake below

Sealy Tarns Track with partly frozen Mueller Glacier Lake below

 

Lower Hooker Valley from Sealy Tarns Track, The Hermitage and Mt Cook Village on the right

Lower Hooker Valley from Sealy Tarns Track, The Hermitage and Mt Cook Village on the right

 

Walking through matagouri on the Kea Point Track on a frosty morning

Walking through matagouri on the Kea Point Track on a frosty morning

 

Mrs Paradise Shelduck in early morning frost in Mt Cook Village

Mrs Paradise Shelduck in early morning frost in Mt Cook Village

 

Motel accommodation early morning

Mt Cook Village motel accommodation in the  early morning

 

Mt Sefton (3151 metres) from Mt Cook Village

Mt Sefton (3151 metres) from Mt Cook Village

 

Stocking Hut on the Hooker Valley Track

Stocking Hut on the Hooker Valley Track

 

Icy Hooker Glacier Terminal Lake and Aoraki Mt Cook

Icy Hooker Glacier Terminal Lake and Aoraki Mt Cook

 

Aoraki Mt Cook from the edge of Hooker Glacier Lake

Aoraki Mt Cook from the edge of Hooker Glacier Lake on a windy day

 

Aoraki Mt Cook

Aoraki Mt Cook from the Hooker Valley Track

 

Black Birch Stream looking across the Tasman Valley to the Burnett Mountains

Black Birch Stream looking across the Tasman Valley to the Burnett Range

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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