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Rob Roy Glacier, Mt. Aspiring National Park, New Zealand
New Zealand

Rob Roy Glacier is located in Mt. Aspring National Park, reachable by an easy 4 hour return track. This panoramic was taken another 1.5 hours further up off-track towards Homestead Peak. Do not attempt going off-track unless experienced.

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Copyright: Thomas huang
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Uploaded: 10/06/2012
Updated: 07/07/2012
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Tags: rob roy; glacier; mt. aspiring; national park; new zealand; mountains; nature; river; valley; forest; trees; peak; hiking; tramping; trekking
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