The pedestrian suspension bridge over the River shortly after the lower lake
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The Hooker River is a river of New Zealand. It flows south from the Hooker Glacier, which lies on the southern slopes of Aoraki/Mount Cook, before joining with the braided streams of the Tasman River. The Hooker River drains both the Hooker and Mueller Glaciers and is the principal ablation outlet for these ice masses.
- "Place Name Detail: Hooker River". New Zealand Geographic Placenames Database. Land Information New Zealand. Retrieved 12 July 2009.
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