Mount Cook Valley, New Zealand

Mount Cook Valley, New Zealand

In the heart of the South Island of New Zealand, beautiful Mount Cook rises above aquamarine lakes with water so pure you can drink from them. Rivers below the mountain catch the melt-off from the glacier. You can walk across the glacier, wearing special pike shoes. But be careful! One Japanese tourist fell into a crevasse, never to be seen again. Legend says that if you see a snow cave below the mountain, maybe she is living there. I traveled here with my two children. Read about my true New Zealand travels in my newest book, “Fire and Ice”:


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