Mt Cook



Aoraki Mt Cook National Park is named after the highest mountain, which is recorded at 3,724 metres tall. The European name, Mt Cook, was given to honour Captain James Cook who first surveyed New Zealand, despite Captain Cook never seeing the mountain. In 1998, the mountain was officially named Aoraki Mt Cook to incorporate the historic Maori name for the mountain.


  • Limited edition of 150 copies – signed and numbered.
  • Printed on velvet fine art paper with archival inks.
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