INTRODUCTION:Arthur's Pass National Park is located in the South Island of New Zealand.
It was established in 1929, becoming the first national park in the South Island and the third in New Zealand. It is bisected by State Highway 73.
GET IN:Arthur’s Pass National Park is in the heart of the Southern Alps. Its high mountains with large scree slopes, steep gorges and wide braided rivers straddle the main divide, and are the ‘back bone’ of the South Island.