This is a 13-kilometer long glacier on the west coast of New Zealand's South Island. It was named in 1872 after a visit by the then Prime Minister of New Zealand, Sir William Fox.
This lake is well-known for its extremely reflective waters, which supposedly portray a beautiful mirror image of the mountains behind it. However, we were unlucky and it was windy the day we were here, distorting the image. It was a nice walk anyways, and especially good to get out of the car and stretch our legs since we spontaneously decided to drive down the entire west coast this day.
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