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Ben Lemond Peak, Queenstown, New Zealand
New Zealand

Ben Lemond Peak is a 6-7 hour return hike right behind Queenstown, with views as far as Mt. Aspiring and the Earnslaw Glacier, and overlooks Lake Wakatipu.

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Copyright: Thomas Huang
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Uploaded: 10/06/2012
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Tags: ben lemond; peak; saddle; queenstown; new zealand; mountains; nature; river; valley; forest; trees; hiking; tramping; trekking
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