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    Mount Cook village walking tracks

    There are quite a number of easy walking tracks around Mt Cook village which are all under half a day. They provide good views of the mountain and surrounding area without having to go on advanced hikes.

    Mt Hutt Skifield

    Mt Hutt ski-field won best Ski Resort in New Zealand 2015. Situated just out of Methven, it's got wide open terrain for all ski and snowboard ability levels and a few nice restaurants.

    Franz Josef Glacier Walkway

    This walk takes about an hour and a half, walking along a rocky riverbed and then up to the glacier viewing area. Although it's an easy walk it can be dangerous and closed.

    Fox Glacier Valley Walk

    Fox Glacier falls 2.5km on its 13 km journey from the Southern Alps down to the coast and ends in lush rainforest only 300 metres above sea level. The valley walk is an easy hours walk and takes you within about 500 metres of the glacier face. Access is just out of the township before the bridge.

    Punakaiki Pancake Rocks and Blowholes

    The Pancake Rocks and Blowholes are a short walk from where you park your vehicle on the main highway at Punakaiki. They look like giant pancakes from fossils that have been battered by the severe west coast winds and seas. The blowholes are especially spectacular at high tide in a westerly wind when the sea crashes into the rocks and up through the gaps.