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Quarry at Inchbonnie
New Zealand

A small outcrop of rock, used as a local quarry provides a spectacular view all the way from Lake Brunner, to the Inchbonnnie bridge and Otira Highway. The short, steep track to get to the top is quickly rewarded by the vista laid out around you. But don't go too close to the edge or your return to ground level will be far quicker than you planned!

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Uploaded: 01/01/2013
Updated: 14/01/2013
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