Mount Aspiring National Park is an explorer's heaven and an absolute necessity for mountain climbers. The recreation center traverses a vast range, from the Haast River in the north to the Humbolt Mountains in the south. Expansive valleys, cut out by antiquated icy masses, analyze high mountain ranges - the perspectives are perpetual and exceptional. Mount Aspiring National Park is a piece of Te Wai Pounamu, the southwest New Zealand World Heritage Area.Ancient Maori trails drove through parts of what is currently national park. Early voyagers went through looking for pounamu (greenstone), quite esteemed as a material for devices, weapons and adornments. After European settlement, a significant number of the valleys were cultivated and abused for minerals including scheelite. Leftovers of these exercises can even now be found in and around the recreation center. Tourism advancement started in the late 1880s, when guided outings were initially offered into the Routeburn Valley. Mt.