West Coast, New Zealand

The west coast of New Zealand, a breathtaking slice of wilderness with beautiful landscapes, bright blue rivers caused from melting ice and of course, the infamous glaciers. A few days of rain had left the mountains covered in fog and clouds, as well as causing the first glacier we hiked to, Franz Josef, to have almost no visibility but the next day Fox Glacier was clear and allowed for some spectacular views.

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