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Mt Alfred 01$5,800.00 – $18,000.00BUY NOW
A perspective of the iconic Glenorchy peak, Mt Alfred, very few get to see. Standing like a giant pyramid, Mt Alfred is positioned perfectly between the snaking, braided Dart and Rees rivers. The spectacular Dart River leads to Mt Aspiring National Park.
Coromandel Peninsula$5,800.00 – $18,000.00BUY NOW
Secluded beaches and remote, rocky coves make up the northern tip of the Coromandel Peninsula. First light reveals a spectacular coastline and the endless adventures to be had here.
Snowball Glacier$5,800.00 – $18,000.00BUY NOW
Jagged and blue, the ice of Snowball Glacier contrasts against the soft snow caught in the névé. In the distance, Mt Lydia towers above its neighbouring peaks in the Snowdrift Range. There are more than one hundred glaciers in Mt Aspiring National Park, this is just one of them.
Mt Somnus$5,800.00 – $18,000.00BUY NOW
The afternoon light highlights a stunning view of Mt Somnus. Mt Bonpland, the highest peak in the Humboldt Mountain Range, is seen at the end of the ridgeline close to the horizon and a glimpse of Lake Wakatipu on the left.
Fiordland 03$5,800.00 – $18,000.00BUY NOW
The Earl Mountains beneath a moody Fiordland sky. In this dynamic environment, the weather is ever-changing and requires all who venture into the mountains to keep their wits about them.
Ailsa Mountains$5,800.00 – $18,000.00BUY NOW
The Ailsa Mountains sit within Fiordland National Park nestled between the Humboldts and the Earl Mountains, not far from the famed Greenstone and Caples Tracks. While the area is a haven for hikers and mountaineers, there are only a lucky few who will cast their eyes upon the peaks of Ailsa from this vantage point.