Kea Point Track

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Key information: Kea Point Track

    • A straightforward walk from Mount Cook Village through lovely subalpine grassland and scrub to the Mueller Glacier wall, ending with superb views of Mount Sefton, The Footstool, Hooker Valley, Mueller Valley and Mount Cook.
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Vital Statistics

  • Length: 2 hours return
  • Maximum Altitude: N/A
  • Level of Difficulty: Moderate
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