What’s to see from Sealy Tarns?

Dubbed the ‘Stairway to Heaven”, the more than 2200 steps up the steep pathway to Sealey Tarns are well worth the effort for the views.  The three to four hour trek (return)  affords panoramic views.

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Sealy Tarns and The Footstool

 

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Sealy Tarns and Aoraki Mt Cook

 

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Aoraki Mt Cook with the South (Hillary) Ridge leading up from the right

 

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The Footstool and the Tuckett,  Huddleston and Tewaewae Glaciers (L to R)

 

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Looking east towards the Tasman Valley

 

Mueller Glacier Lake with dust from an avalanche appearing from the ...Valley

Hooker Glacier Lake with dust from an avalanche appearing from the valley

 

A second map to give a different perspective:

Follow the track in a helicopter via this Department of Conservation video.

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