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I'm Marios, delivering the best of Aotearoa's nature walks to your device.
I've personally walked hundreds of New Zealand's tracks and spent months in libraries uncovering interesting information on New Zealand/Aotearoa. And you'll find a slice of that research on this page - enjoy!
The easiest stroll around Mount Cook Village. Definite highlight is the push button bird song calls in the forest.
The walk starts from the public shelter near the petrol pumps on Bowen Drive.
There’s a few steps as you negotiate the interior of the mountain toatoa and totara forest. The walk can be linked with the Governors Bush Walk.
This is one of the few areas to still have intact forest.
Since it’s tricky to get to know New Zealand bird calls (you have to hear the call AND see the bird AND identify the bird), DoC have made it really easy. Push the button next to the bird to hear their call. A few technical problems every now and then, but the only place in NZ where this feature is on offer.
South Island ▷ Mount Cook - MacKenzie ▷ Mount Cook
Thanks to all the good people working for the NZ Department of Conservation - for all your hard work - making NZ more beautiful, accessable and healthy! Cheers 😍