Aoraki Mount Cook National Park Walks

Your Mount Cook experience is not complete without a scenic walk or a challenging hike around Aoraki Mt Cook National Park. Download a 'Walks around Aoraki/Mount Cook Village' map or ask one of our friendly staff members for a walking track map and some local knowledge!

Glentanner Park

For our guests it's just a 15-20 minute walk to the turquoise waters of Lake Pukaki. It's a great spot to watch the famous Aoraki Mount Cook Sunset.

Walk along the shore to the Tasman River and take in the beautiful surroundings. Keep you eyes open for Kaki birds along the way - it's a bird watchers paradise.

Aoraki Mount Cook National Park

There are many different tracks for all walking, tramping abilities and fitness levels in Aoraki Mount Cook National Park.

The most popular walks are the Hooker Valley, Kea Point, Red Tarns, Sealy Tarns and Tasman Lake walks.