Location: Otago

Queenstown, Wanaka, Catlins Forest Park, Mt Aspiring National Park

  • One of the many hidden canyons dotted around Haast Pass, Mount Aspiring National Park
  • Glacial textures on Tititea / Mount Aspiring, New Zealand's 23rd highest mountain.
  • Probably the most well known of the many waterfalls of the Catlins Forest Park
  • The Nugget Point Lighthouse captured at sunrise in late winter
  • The incredible peaks of Stargazer (2352m) and Skyscraper (2347m), located on the northern flank of Mt Aspiring / Tititea
  • Valley inversion cloud flowing over mountains near Park Pass, Mt Aspiring National Park
  • Lake Nerine sits high in the Humboldt Mountains in the far reaches of Mt Aspiring National Park
  • Avalanche Glacier, Mt Aspiring National Park, illuminated at day's first light
  • The towering Mt Aspiring (3,033m), often referred to as New Zealand's Matterhorn
  • Rocky terrain at the northern end of the Humboldt Mountains, near Lake Nerine
  • Water tumbling down the 1,000m bluffs in the Earnslaw Burn make for an impressive sight
  • The Earnslaw Glacier hangs precariously below the twin peaks of Mt Earnslaw (2,830m)
  • Pre-dawn reflections in one of the several small tarns dotting the valley floor in the Earnslaw Burn
  • Gnarly trees in the Earnslaw Burn Valley, Mt Aspiring National Park
  • The spectacular Earnslaw Burn, located near Glenorchy and reached via a 5-6 hour hike
  • A near perfect mirror reflection on Lake Dunstan, Central Otago
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