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Lake Ohau, towards Mt. Cook, New Zealand
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Aoraki Mount Cook Travel Post
This is yet another snowcapped peak of the Southern Alps. In fact, at 13200 feet it’s the tallest peak of the Southern Hemisphere. Probably, Aoraki Mount Cook is the only entity in New Zealand that has both the Maori as well as the English name. Most of us would call this majestic mountain just Mount Cook; but that’s not right. It’s Aoraki Mount Cook. Aoraki in Maori language means ‘cloud piercer’. Despite, how you prefer to call it, there’s no going away from its beauty… especially when the skies are clear. Read more…


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