– Lat/Long: 43.61° S 170.17° E

NzAnzac Peaks – Climbing, Hiking & Mountaineering information


Anzac Peaks mountain guide

  • Elevation: 2532 m
  • Difficulty: Snow and Ice Climb
  • Best months to climb: January, February, March, October, November, December
  • Convenient center: Mount Cook Village

Anzac Peaks, can be climbed with relative ease from the Plateau Hut, via the Grand Plateau. Can be climbed with ease via a wide gully between the two peaks, high peak 2532m lower peak 2516m The Peaks are in the Mount Cook Westland National Park in the South Island of New Zealand

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6. Mount Haast (3140 m) 4.6 km
7. Mount Tasman (3498 m) 4.7 km
8. Silberhorn (3303 m) 4.7 km
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