Fox Glacier Guiding
Main Rd (PO Box 38), Fox Glacier, New Zealand
Enjoy a breathtaking guided trip on the West Coast's longest and less crowded glacier amidst fascinating ice formations with New Zealand's most experienced glacier guiding company. To ensure your safety, our guides are trained through the internationally recognised NZ Mountain Guides Association.
We offer a full range of trips to suit all fitness levels and pride ourselves on offering exceptional customer service, the highest level of safety management and the best value for money trips.
Hobnail Cafe Onsite for Breakfast, Lunch and Snacks - WIFI available with any purchase.
FLYING FOX: Heli-hike. Combine the thrill of 2 helicopter flights with a chance to explore a remote part of the glacier by foot. Ice caves and arches are seen often.
EXTREME FOX:Heli Hike. Begin with a scenic helicopter flight, then spend the day blazing a trail up into the stunning upper icefall, lunch included.
FOX TRAIL: Terminal Face Walk. Walk as close as it is safe to do so to the dynamic face of this mighty river of ice and learn from your guide about the role Fox Glacier has in shaping it's environment.
FOX IT UP: Ice Climbing Adventure. Day-long course introducing the exhilarating sport of ice climbing on the spectacular walls of the Fox Glacier.
BROWNE FOX: Chancellor Dome Day and Overnight Heli-Treks. Offering 2 helicopter flights, as well as an exciting climb of Chancellor Dome through alpine terrain whilst gaining superb views of New Zealand's highest peaks.
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