The oldest national park on the South Island
Arthur's Pass National Park is the third oldest national park in New Zealand and the first in the South Island. The most famous local hike is the ascent to the top of Avalanche Peak (1,833 m above sea level). The eastern part of the park is significantly less accessible
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