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Peak 1880 Near Angelus Peak, Nelson Lakes National Park, New Zealand
New Zealand

Peak 1880, near Lake Angelus which situated at 1650m above sea level, is reachable from either Robert Ridge, Speargrass Track, Cascade Track, or Mt. Cedric Track.

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Copyright: Thomas Huang
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Uploaded: 10/06/2012
Updated: 13/10/2014
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Tags: angelus; lake; nelson lakes; national park; snow; new zealand; mountains; nature; river; valley; forest; trees; hut; hiking; tramping; trekking
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