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To see a small blue lake which turned green and a real blue lake. If you take the side walks to the river, you might see a piece of floating ice.
Blue Lakes and Tasman Glacier View walk - Aoraki/Mount / Mt Cook National Park, Mount Cook - MacKenzie, NZ - 20 travel reviews for Blue Lakes and Tasman Glacier View walk - Aoraki/Mount / Mt Cook National ParkShort walk, saw the Blue Lakes from an upper view point which are not blue anymore (you can see a description why there). Good view of the icebergs of the glaciers.
Blue Lakes and Tasman Glacier walks (Aoraki Mount Cook National Park (Te Wahipounamu), New Zealand): Top Tips Before You Go (with Photos) - TripAdvisorBlue Lakes and Tasman Glacier walks, Aoraki Mount Cook National Park (Te Wahipounamu): See 133 reviews, articles, and 187 photos of Blue Lakes and Tasman Glacier walks, ranked No.4 on TripAdvisor among 23 attractions in Aoraki Mount Cook National Park (Te Wahipounamu).
Blue Lakes and Tasman Glacier walks: Walking and tramping in Aoraki/Mount Cook National ParkThe Tasman Glacier, 29 km long and up to 3 km wide, can be viewed from the short walks that start from the Blue Lakes Shelter.
壯觀的Tasman Glacier Lake(紐西蘭露營車十四日遊Day5) @ Sophia的部落格 :: 痞客邦 PIXNET ::看到三個小湖，有個牌子說明為什麼Blue Lake不再是藍色了，以前冰川溶化的水會流到這邊，所以是漂亮的藍色，但是因為冰河縮短了，現在只有雨水降落到這個湖，綠色的海藻讓湖變成綠色了
Two Go Tiki Touring: Tasman Glacier & the Blue LakesFinally we reach the top of the wall and there spread out in front of us is the magnificent Tasman Glacier and lake. What a stunning sight and what a contrast against the view down the relatively green valley just over our shoulder. It was worth the slog.
Tasman Glacier View & Blue Lakes | New Zealand | Hikespeak.comTwo tracks are combined in Blue Lakes and Tasman Glacier View Walk for a 1.85-kilometer (1.15 mile) round trip outing, netting views of small pools and a big lake below New Zealand’s largest glacier. This Tasman Valley hike ascends rocky moraine to a viewpoint that looks down on a long, milky-colored lake below Tasman Glacier and several peaks in the Southern Alps. Downhill from the viewpoint, visit the Blue Lakes, which are actually small green ponds that have transitioned since their naming.