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Conical Hill, Routeburn Track
New Zealand

Conical Hill is the highest point on the world-renowned Routeburn Track. Despite the overcast sky, the view is still amazingly clear in all directions - with Martins Bay and Tasman Sea to the right, Hollyford Valley to the left and Lake Harris below.

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Tags: conical hill; routeburn trek; fiordland national park; new zealand
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