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No matter what time of year it is, you’ll experience the best mountaineering in New Zealand with Alpine Guides at Mt Cook. Professional guides, reliability, location and a dedication to safety are the key influences that attract many mountaineers to Alpine Guides.

Alpine Guides are professional IFMGA/ NZMGA mountain guides based in Aoraki Mount Cook National Park, working throughout the Southern Alps. They offer a professional, personalized and reliable service in an unbeatable location, with climbing courses, guided mountaineering, ski touring and avalanche safety courses.

Aoraki/Mount Cook National Park is the hub of New Zealand mountaineering, with 140 peaks over 2,000 metres, and huge tumbling glaciers covering over 40% on the Park. You safety is a priority, and Alpine Guides are the experts in the area.

In winter, you can experience the best backcountry ski touring in New Zealand, and climb steep water ice; while summer is when the big peaks of the Southern Alps are in best condition, and is the best time for learning mountaineering skills with the climbing instruction school.

During the summer months, you’ll find up to 20 guides patrolling the Mount Cook National Park for Alpine Guides. You’ll receive the best advice and expertise, along with enjoying fantastic meals and listening to amazing stories. All our mountain and ski guides are professionals, trained and certified through the New Zealand Mountain Guides Association or IFMGA training program.

The team at Alpine Guides are there to help you, from start to finish, with a great range of rental technical equipment, dedicated support staff, local accommodation, ground and air transport coordination, FM radio network and satellite phone communications.

When you’re looking to test your skills on some of New Zealand’s highest peaks, Alpine Guides provides the opportunity you’ve been waiting for. Give them a call or visit their website today!

Ph: +64 3 435 1834
Email: mtcook@alpineguides.co.nz
Web: www.alpineguides.co.nz