Mount Fyffe Summit
New Zealand

Mount Fyffe Summit sits 1602 metres above sea level and overlooks the town of Kaikoura on the South Island of New Zealand. From here on a clear day you can see the Banks Peninsular to the South, and you might also be able to see the North Island too.

Copyright: David Rowley
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 14000x7000
Taken: 27/10/2013
Uploaded: 28/10/2013
Updated: 12/06/2014


Tags: kaikoura; mountain; view; ocean; summit; peak
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