Tasman Glacier Lake (E12)

Tasman Glacier Lake, Aoraki/Mt Cook National Park New Zealand.

GPS: -43.697845° 170.163188°

Mt Cook, Hooker Valley and Tasman glacial lake overview

Mt Cook, Hooker Valley and Tasman glacial lake overview

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The road to Tasman Glacier from Christof.

The road to Tasman Glacier from Christof.

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The road to Tasman glacial lake

The road to Tasman glacial lake

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Tasman Lake viewpoint track.

Tasman Lake viewpoint track.

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Tasman Glacial lake overlook signage

Tasman Glacial lake overlook signage

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Tasman Glacier Lake viewpoint ridge.

Tasman Glacier Lake viewpoint ridge.

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A huge iceberg in Tasman Glacier Lake (2010)

A huge iceberg in Tasman Glacier Lake (2010)

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2013 Tasman glacial lake.

2013 Tasman glacial lake.

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2013, overlooking the biggest berg ever calved into the lake.

2013, overlooking the biggest berg ever calved into the lake.

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Huge Tasman icebergs, tiny tourist boats.

Huge Tasman icebergs, tiny tourist boats.

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Tasman iceberg.

Tasman iceberg.

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Tasman Lake iceberg with the little boat og Glacier Explorers around it.

Tasman Lake iceberg with the little boat og Glacier Explorers around it.

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Overlooking the boat ramp area for the Tasman Glacier Lake tour boats.

Overlooking the boat ramp area for the Tasman Glacier Lake tour boats.

Crazy man Supping on Tasman Glacial Lake

Crazy man Supping on Tasman Glacial Lake

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Tasman Glacial Lake and Mt Cook

Tasman Glacial Lake and Mt Cook

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Venturing onto the Tasman Lake biggie, summer 2013

Venturing onto the Tasman Lake biggie, summer 2013

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The view from the biggest Tasman iceberg...EVER!

The view from the biggest Tasman iceberg…EVER!

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Murrays Lookout view

Murrays Lookout view, 2013

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2 Responses to “Tasman Glacier Lake (E12)”

  1. Chris Smith Says:

    Tasman Valley road now sealed.

  2. Berney Coleman Says:

    In March 2017, there were very few ice bergs remaining in the lake. The glacier face is so far away, you really won’t know its there unless you have binoculars. Otherwise, beautiful. We tried doing the ridge hike down, but the wind was blowing so hard it was dangerous.

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