Mount Aspiring National Park, located in Te Wahipounamu - South West New Zealand World Heritage Area, is a wonderful mixture of remote wilderness, high mountains and beautiful river valleys.
The main route through Haast is part of the heritage highway system. The Haast Pass / Tioripatea short walks and scenic attractions are easily accessible.
Rob Roy Valley is a good entry point to an area of spectacular alpine scenery, snowfields, glaciers, sheer rock cliffs and waterfalls.
Get up-to-date local information and advice at the Department of Conservation Tititea / Mount Aspiring Visitor Centre.
Start your journey through New Zealand's stunning landscapes at a Department of Conservation (DOC) Visitor Centre. Information about conservation areas, as well as DOC's 14,000 km of tracks, 9 Great Walks, and network of 950 huts and 324 campsites.