The Franz Josef is a very small glacier, about 1,000 metres in length. What this means is that the glacier is warm enough that you can go out on it without being cold. So we went out to it on a cold winter night, and we were cold, but we were very welcomed by the glacier. But not only were we warm, we had an amazing view of the glacier.
The next glacier that we went to was the Kermadec. This glacier is my favourite one because it's the only one I've taken a picture of from the ground. It's the longest glacier in New Zealand.
It's about two kilometres long. It's also a very cold glacier. So we went to it on a cold night, and we were cold, and we were very welcomed by the glacier. But once again, it did not feel like we were going to Antarctica. It is a beautiful glacier, but also a very dangerous one. This is a glacier that is extremely steep, and it is not possible to drive through it unless you are very strong.
We are going to look at the glacier's topography, how it looks from below, and how it looks from above, and what lies below it. We are also going to look at what lies beneath it, where it is located in relation to the land, and where it would be most suitable for a tourist experience. dr. john l. leavitt L. Leavitt, a glaciologist with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. He was the Lead Scientist for the National Snow and Ice Data Center and a professor of geography at the University of Colorado. He is a very knowledgeable person.
To digress just a little bit here, what are the risks to the glacier views? The risks are that the glacier surface can be covered in snow. It is located in the northern part of the country, about six hundred and fifteen miles from Auckland, and has a population of about one hundred and fifty thousand. It is a massive glacier and it is open to the public.
It is a beautiful glacier, but it is not a glacier you'll ever see in a glacier picture. It is a glacier that is always there, and it is a glacier that is always there in the winter and in the summer. The glacier is very famous for opening in the winter, and it is very dramatic in the winter. A lot of tourists go to New Zealand to go skiing, but they don't go to New Zealand to go to the Franz Josef Glacier. The glacier is very difficult to ski on.
It is an old glacier, and it is very steep. If you look at satellite imagery, you can see that the glacier has been slowly melting in the south-western corner of New Zealand. This is a distance of about 200 km from the nearest town, so it's very easy to get here.
This glacier is very interesting. It's only about 400 m wide. It's also much deeper than the glaciers in Norway. This means that in winter its surface temperatures are much colder than those of the surrounding areas, which means that you can go for a very long time without seeing any water (it's not as if you can skydive in the snow on this glacier). The glacier travels for about 1,000 km. In the winter, the temperature is very high and the glacier is quite cold. However, you need an ice axe or a sled to go down the glacier. The glacier is beautiful. It's a very interesting glacier, not only because of the views, but because it is the fastest moving glacier in the world. You start by going down about 50 m and then you go down another 50 m.