Mt Cook Road trip in the Deuce Rover

Dancing to the views of Mount Cook over Lake Pukaki on top of the DeuceRover.
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Kayak on the shores of Tasman Lake with Mount Cook in the background at sunrise

“Best summertime adventure”

A summary to the classic kiwi summer is hanging at the bach on the beach, rugby ball, sunburn with a wod of fish and chips. Road trips are always in order too. With winter growing near we packed up the DeuceRover and set off to Mt Cook National Park to make the most of the last of the heat. Picked up mates along the way and also made new ones. No plans other than find camp spots, visit 2nd stores, hike to waterfalls and hike till the heart is content. What was a short photography trip turned into the best summertime adventure.

Driving through the Lindis pass in the DeuceRover on the way to Mount Cook.
Ellen Mary Taylor kayaking the amazing waters of Lake Pukaki in the Mount Cook National Park.
Stefan Haworth skating on his homemade board. Photo by Sony Ambassador Stefan Haworth
Camp for the night at the Mount Cook National Park. Photo by Sony Ambassador Stefan Haworth
Tasman glacier at sunset in the Mount Cook National Park.
Stefan Haworth skating down the road to Mount Cook National Park.
Morning Views out the tent with Mount Cook in the mirrored reflection on Lake Puakaki.
Morning swim in Lake Pukaki in the Mount Cook National park.
Ellen Mary Taylor driving the Deuce Rover.
Stefan Haworth skating down the road to Mount Cook on the Sony Action Cam
DeuceRover with Kayak on the roof enjoying the scenics of Mount Cook.
Deuce Rover driving through the storm in the Mount Cook National Park.
Mount Cook National Park is an amazing place, the blue glacial waters of Lake Pukaki is something to witness, even better the morning reflection of Mount Cook. Entering the valley the mountain engulf you, its hard not to stop every few metres for more photos. Everything is just so beautiful.

Reflection of Mount Cook on Lake Pukaki at Sunset.
Geoff Reid exploring the waterfalls in Mount Cook National Park
Stefan Haworth kayaking on Tasman Lake with Mount Cook in the background at sunrise

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Layers of Mount Cook.
Stefan Haworth Kayaking on perfectly mirrored Lake Puakaki with Sony Action Cam
Deuce Rover driving at sunrise through Mount Cook National Park
Swimming in Lake Pukaki looking towards Mount Cook.
I was lucky to get such a good crew to meet up with. @Ellenmarytaylor joined for a couple of days, then teamed up with @mattcherub, @jasoncharleshill and @geoffreidnz.All together they made the trip more entertaining. Scroll up and go check the Sony Action Cam video from the trip.

Deuce Rover on the way to the Tasman glacier in the Mount Cook National Park.
Wine and crackers on the Deuce Rover as the last evening light hits the top of Mount Cook.

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