This place is a wonderful mixture of remote wilderness, high mountains and beautiful river valleys. Mt. Aspiring National Park is home to species of native birds, moths, butterflies, and other various species of wildlife.
Mount Aspiring National Park is a hiker's paradise and a must for hunters, fishermen and mountaineers. It was established in 1964 nearby Wanaka, New Zealand. New Zealand's 10th national park covers an area of 3562 sq. kms.
Mt. Aspiring national park, popular for tramping, walking and mountaineering is a part of Te WaiPounamu which is the World Heritage area of southwest New Zealand. Haast River is the park's northern boundary and Fiordland park is its southern boundary. The extensive vegetation and expansive farmlands with mountains, form an imposing backdrop to complete the picturesque view of the national park.
Mount Aspiring National Park is a natural beauty that is also famous for its trekking routes. This national park hosts some beautiful and adventurous walks around its premises.
The Blue Pools- This includes a trek to the blue pools which is a pretty easy approach for the kids to enjoy the summers with refreshing natural swimming pool lying in between the two swing bridges amidst the native beech forest.
Rob Roy Glacier- Hiking to the beautiful Rob Roy glacier is also a wonderful option. The trek to this undoubtedly beautiful destination is approximately 4-5 hours long that includes the return trip as well. It is a trek with difficulty level hanging from easy-moderate which offers some spectacular views decorated with a 600 ft high waterfall to enchant your soul with freshness.
The National park offers many more natural trails like the ones that lead to Routeburn, Greenstone, Wilkin valley etc. Mount Aspiring National Park is full of short walk destinations.
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