Celebrating the natural beauty of New Zealand's South Island, Aoraki (Mt Cook) National Park is home to the country's tallest mountain ranges, snow-dusted peaks, and longest glaciers.
According to Ng Tahu legend, Rakinui the Sky Father had four sons - Aoraki and his three brothers. Whilst on a sea voyage around Papatnuku the Earth Mother, their canoe overturned on a reef. When the brothers climbed on top of their canoe, the cold south wind turned them to stone. The canoe became New Zealand's South Island (Te Waka o Aoraki). Aoraki and his brothers became the peaks of the Southern Alps.
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