When we started our walk to Kea Point it was misting and breezy, by the time we got there it was raining sideways and blowing really hard, and it was totally worth it. You can get a pretty good view of the hanging glaciers up on the mountain and the icebergs down in the lake are neat also. If it's nice, there are benches to sit on and a couple little signs explaining things. As we were leaving we got to hear and see the hanging glaciers up on the mountain calving which was a pretty awesome experience.
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