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The Moorhouse Range. Mt Cook NP. NZ

The Moorhouse Range. Mt Cook NP. NZ

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Mount Sefton (Māori: Maukatua) is a mountain in the Moorhouse Range of the Southern Alps of New Zealand, between The Footstool and Mount Brunner, just north of the Hooker Range. It has a height of 3,157 metres (10,358 ft). The Douglas River (formerly known as the Twain River) begins on Mount Sefton.. ..An early resident, Charles French Pemberton, named the area, whilst the geologist Julius von Haast named the mountain after William Sefton Moorhouse, the second Superintendent of Canterbury Province

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06/04/2016
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Bernard Spragg
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