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Roys Peak
New Zealand

At 1578m Roys Peak is a half-day's hike to spot a panoramic view of Lake Wanaka and the surrounding areas. In the distance are from the left: West Matukituki Valley, Mount Aspiring (3033M), Lake Wanaka and finally the town of Wanaka respectively. The Radio Post has been "butchered" as the shot is not perfect.

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Uploaded: 20/04/2011
Updated: 11/06/2014
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