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Aoraki Tai Poutini: a guide for mountaineers (Mt Cook)

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The definitive guidebook for the Aoraki-Tai Poutini region.

The mountains of Aoraki Mount Cook National Park and Westland Tai Poutini National Park contain some of the best mountaineering and transalpine walking in the world. This is New Zealand’s most popular alpine climbing region. These two national parks fully covered in this mountaineering guidebook. This addition contains all new routes since the previous 2001 edition. Updated access notes due to the changing environment.

New areas covered include valleys on the west side of the Main Divide, including the Callery, lower Balfour, Cook/Weheka, Copland, Douglas, and Karangarua catchments. There is also a new chapter on climbs from Aoraki Mount Cook Village, for those passing through with only a couple of days available for climbing.

  • Almost 1100 routes described, including all major passes
  • Clear descent options described for popular peaks
  • The first guidebook to use the new mountaineering grading system for New Zealand
  • Generously illustrated with hundreds of beautiful photos and topos
  • Paperback
  • Colour and black/white images
  • 449 pages

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