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Marlborough High Country and Mountains

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Black Birch Range

List of Marlborough Mountains

A list of major mountains and mountain ranges in Marlborough, New Zealand

Road near the summit of Altimarloch

Altimarloch

Altimarloch is a 1693 metre high peak in the Black Birch Range.

Altimarloch summit

Black Birch Range

The Black Birch Range with Altimarloch as its highest point, is one of several named mountain ranges that bound the Awatere Valley to the north.

The Ned / Ka Para Te Hau as seen from near the Taylor Dam

The Ned / Te Hau

The Ned or Te Hau is a 909m peak near Blenheim with significant areas of indigenous dryland forest.

Molesworth

Molesworth

Molesworth is New Zealand's largest farm, and a significant conservation area with public access over the summer months.

Mount Patriarch

Mount Patriarch

Mount Patriarch is a 1656 metre peak towards the western end of the Richmond Range

Waihopai Valley

Today, the Waihopai Valley is known for its satellite spy base, but it holds many more stories than just those intercepted from the sky.

Red Hills

Red Hills

The Red Hills are a flat topped ridge formed from an outcrop of ultrabasic rock in the Wairau Valley.

Tapuae-o-uenuku

Tapuae-O-Uenuku

Tapuae-O-Uenuku in the Inland Kaikoura Range is Marlborough's highest peak, at 2885m.

The Kaikoura Ranges

For a good part of Marlborough's east coast the Kaikoura ranges form a spectacular and rugged backdrop as they rise up out of the sea.

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