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Tarn Col, Arthur's Pass National Park, New Zealand
New Zealand

Tarn Col Route is a 3 day hike (tramp) through Tarn Col, a pass that connects the Edwards and Howden Valley. Several start and end points are possible, along with connections with several other routes.

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Copyright: Thomas huang
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Hochgeladen: 09/06/2012
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Tags: tarn col; hiking; tramping; arthur's pass; new zealand; mountains; saddle; edwards; howden; hut; falling mountain; taruahuna; pass; river; nature; forest; trekking
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