** Note: From 1st October, 2022 there will be a price increase for this flight.
Get up close and personal with Mt Aspiring (Tititea) and its pristine glaciers on our most popular and diverse scenic helicopter flight. Your one hour tour includes two high altitude alpine landings with plenty of time for photos and to enjoy being completely immersed in a remote alpine wilderness!
Mount Aspiring is the highest peak outside of the Aoraki/Mt Cook National Park and extremely popular for National and International mountain climbers. Due to it’s pyramid shape and dominance of the landscape it is often referred to as the “Matterhorn of the South”.
It is the pinnacle of the National Park and sits at the junction of three major glaciers, which are spectacular in their own right. This region is famous for its hanging and valley glaciers.
On your helicopter tour you will discover some of the highlights of New Zealand’s third largest National Park, Mt Aspiring. Together with Fiordland, Westland and Mt Cook it forms an integral part of the Te Wahipounamu World Heritage area. An area that boasts some of the finest examples of glaciated landforms in the Southern Hemisphere.
You will experience some of these stunning glacier formations up close, as your pilot skilfully navigates the mountain tops. The thrill of your flight will be matched by the skill and expertise of your pilot. In addition, all our helicopter flights include personal commentary from your pilot who will show you the hidden sights on this scenic tour.
Your tour includes two different alpine landings. You will feel totally immersed in the vastness of this alpine region. Excellent photo opportunities with the Southern Alps as a backdrop. This is the ultimate helicopter tour for those wanting to truly experience the remote backcountry around Wanaka.
(Note: alpine landings are on snow if conditions are suitable on the day – autumn to spring). Book this itinerary privately as a Wanaka Scenic Flight Charter.
We also recommend insect repellant if you are travelling to Milford Sound.
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