Heartland Hotel Glacier Country

Address: State Highway 6, Fox Glacier, Westland National Park, South Island, 7859, New Zealand | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on State Highway 6, Fox Glacier, is near Fox Glacier Guiding, Glacier Helicopters, Lake Matheson, and Skydiving New Zealand.
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      Travel Blogs from Fox Glacier

      Christmas at Mt. Cook

      A travel blog entry by orla_liam on Dec 26, 2014

      41 photos

      ... where we lunched while watching avalanches pour off the big, glaciated southeast face of Mt. Cook before heading back down.

      After a second night at Ball Hut we left early for the short hike back to the car. The day was almost too hot to be doing any serious activity, so we instead drove to White Horse Campground to set up camp, then spent the afternoon eating ice cream and spending time in the air conditioned Mt. Cook ...

      Mount Cook

      A travel blog entry by sammy_moore on Dec 09, 2014

      13 photos

      Rachel started the drive, but as it got dark her eyes started to get sleepy so I took over as I was still feeling ok. I drove until the National Park and all the way had suicidal rabbits running out in to my headlights! Our windscreen was also a graveyard for flies and moths that failed to get out of the way of Jeffrey the car. We arrived at a campsite and figured out how to register and pay the 10 NZD ...

      Chilling in Franz Josef

      A travel blog entry by carmarmax on Dec 01, 2014

      117 photos

      ... carefully across the ice to a section where we could sit and put our crampons on and stare and the daunting ice above us. Our guide, Sam Dup, came over to get our group and gave us a few ground rules before we were on our way (basically, don't walk sideways down steps or you will fall). For two hours we hiked up and around and all over the ablation zone of the glacier (end of the glacier). We crawled through tunnels, went up and down "ice stairs" ...

      Climbing a Glacier

      A travel blog entry by sarahbrown on Nov 24, 2014

      1 comment, 18 photos

      ... was covered in green grass and moss and explained that the glacier actually used to reach that point on the mountain 12 years ago before it started melting so rapidly. It was quite scary to think how much of the glacier would be left in another 12 years time and I felt really grateful to have climbed up it now. There was one point when we were walking and there was a really loud crashing noise which at first I thought was thunder. It was actually a huge ...

      Rainy Day

      A travel blog entry by sammcroghan on Nov 11, 2014

      2 comments, 7 photos

      ... walk any further. Right next
      to that sign was a large warning sign, highlighting the death of a
      tourist in 2009. The valley and glacier itself are extremely
      unstable, and can flash flood or collapse at any moment. Even if you
      didn't speak any English, there were pictures showing a person
      drowning and ice falling from a cliff. Yet, there were still two
      individuals who decided that those signs didn't apply to them, so
      they jumped the barrier and decided to ...