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Mountain landscapes – NZ North Island

Ruapehu and Ngauruhoe from above Purity Hut, Ruahines
The south eastern aspect of Mt Ruapehu, viewed from the Ruahines
Near the summit of Mangaweka Peak, which is a large flat ridge - Ruapehu and Ngauruhoe to the north west
Mt Ruapehu, viewed from farmland near Mangaweka
Dawn view, from right, of Mounts Ruapehu (2,797m), Ngauruhoe (2,291m) and Tongariro (1,978m), from Tahurangi Lodge (1,520m)
Dawn view of Mounts Ngauruhoe (2,291m, right) and Tongariro (1,978m), from Tahurangi Lodge (1,520m)
Mount Ruapehu, from the north west
Mount Ruapehu, seen from Waiouru
Mount Ruapehu, seen from the Desert Road
Girdlestone summit view, north and east - from left, Tahurangi (main summit of Mt Ruapehu - 2,797m), Tukino (2,720m), Te HeuHeu (2,732m) and Mitre/Ringatoto (2,591m)
View north to Tahurangi (2,797m), from below the top of Girdlestone, Mt Ruapehu
Mt Ruapehu summit view, from left - Paretetaitonga (2,751m), the Dome (2,672m) behind the Crater Lake (2,540m), Tukino (2,720m) and Te HeuHeu (2,732m) with the Cathedral Rocks (2,663m) in front; and Pyramid Peak (2,645m), to the right of the Lake
Mt Ruapehu summit view, from left - the flanks of Paretetaitonga (2,751m), the Dome (2,672m) behind the Crater Lake (2,540m), Tukino (2,720m) and Te HeuHeu (2,732m) with the Cathedral Rocks (2,663m) in front; and Pyramid Peak (2,645m), to the right of the Lake
A section of the Crater Lake rim, just right of Pyramid Peak, Mt Ruapehu
South end crater lake shore view, to the Dome and Pyramid Peak, Mt Ruapehu
Dawn view from Tukino Village of Te HeuHeu, Mt Ruapehu
Mounts Tongariro and Ngauruhoe, seen from the west
Mount Ngauruhoe, from the eastern perspective
Mounts Ngauruhoe and Tongariro, from the Grand Chateau
Mount Ngauruhoe, at dawn from Tukino Village, Mt Ruapehu
Mount Ngauruhoe, at dawn from Tukino Village, Mt Ruapehu
Mount Ngauruhoe, at dawn from Tukino Village, Mt Ruapehu
Mt Ngauruhoe summit view north east. The South Crater is in the foreground, Mount Tongariro at left, the Blue Lake right of centre and Lake Taupo beyond
Taitai (700m), north east of Mt Hikurangi
The view east to the Ruahine Range, from near Mangaweka's summit (1,731m) on the Hikurangi Range, Ruahines
Dawn view east from a campsite near Iron Peg (1,703m), Ruahines
Dawn view east from near Iron Peg (1,703m), Ruahines
Dawn view east from a campsite near Iron Peg (1,703m), Ruahines
Dawn view northwest from a campsite near Iron Peg (1,703m), Ruahines
A view across a tarn just north of Tiraha (1,668m) back to Mangaweka (1,731m - centre skyline) and Te Hekenga (1,695m - left), Ruahines
Dawn view on the saddle, west to Taumataemekura (1,682m - left) and Te Hekenga (1,695m - right), Ruahines
Dawn view on the saddle, west to Taumataemekura (1,682m - left) and Te Hekenga (1,695m - right), Ruahines
Dawn view on the saddle, west to Te Hekenga (1,695m), Ruahines
Dawn view on the saddle, west to Te Hekenga (1,695m - left), Mount Ruapehu (2,797m - centre) and Mangaweka (1,731m - right), Ruahines
Summit view from Tiraha, looking north along Sawtooth ridge, now completely engulfed in cloud. On the far side is Ohuinga, Ruahines
Summit view from Tiraha, looking west to Te Hekenga (left), Mount Ruapehu and Mangaweka (left of centre skyline) and north along Sawtooth Ridge, completely engulfed in cloud, with Ohuinga on the far side, Ruahines
Summit view from Tiraha, looking north along Sawtooth ridge, engulfed in cloud. On the far side is Ohuinga, Ruahines
From left - Te Hekenga, Mount Ruapehu, Mount Ngauruhoe, Iron Peg and Mangaweka, on the approach to Taumataemekura, Ruahines
Campsite view at dusk to Mount Ruapehu, above Kelly Knight Hut, Ruahines
Mt Taranaki, viewed from a 737, from the east
Mt Taranaki, viewed from a 737, from the east
Mt Taranaki, viewed from Mt Tongariro at dusk
Mt Taranaki from the south east
Mt Taranaki from the north - the Sharks Tooth (2,510m, left) and true summit (2,518m)
Dawn view, north east from Fanthams Peak to the main summit of Mt Taranaki
Mt Taranaki summit view east, across the Sharks Tooth, to Mts Ruapehu and Ngauruhoe
The main summit and the Sisters, Mt Taranaki
Mount Taranaki, viewed from Paritutu at dawn
Mount Taranaki and the Pouakais, viewed from Paritutu at dawn
Mount Taranaki and the Pouakais, viewed from Coronation Avenue, New Plymouth
Mount Taranaki and Te Rewa Rewa Bridge, New Plymouth
Mount Taranaki and Te Rewa Rewa Bridge, New Plymouth
Mount Taranaki and Te Rewa Rewa Bridge, New Plymouth
Mount Taranaki, across Lake Mangamahoe at dawn
Mount Taranaki, across Lake Mangamahoe at dawn
Mount Taranaki, across Lake Mangamahoe
The tarn (1,370m) just above Arete Bivy, with Bannister and the Twins behind, Tararuas
Dawn view south east to the Wairarapa from Arete Bivy, with Bannister left, Tararuas
Arete Bivy at dawn, with the Twins directly above the Throne and Bannister summit and low peak, Tararuas
View south west down the Park Valley, from the saddle just above Arete Bivy. Thompson (1,448m) is centre, with Lancaster (1,504m) left of centre, Tararuas
Sunrise over the Blue Range, with the low hills of the Wairarapa in the distance, Tararuas
The Broken Axe Pinnacles (1,425m) and McGregor (1,540m - far right), Tararuas
View on the Waingawa River descent from Mitre Flats Hut, Tararuas
The Kaikouras and more at sunset, from Elder Hut, Tararuas
The Kaikouras at sunset, from Elder Hut, Tararuas
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