Mount Elie de Beaumont

Mount Elie de Beaumont is a 3,109 metres (10,200 ft) high mountain in the Southern Alps on the South Island of New Zealand and the northernmost Three-thousander of the country. It is surrounded by several glaciers like Johannes Glacier in the north, Burton Glacier to the east, Times Glacier to the west and Anna Glacier, a tributary to the Tasman Glacier, in the south.[1]

Mount Elie de Beaumont
Murchison Glacier.jpg
Highest peak on the far left side
Highest point
Elevation3,109 m (10,200 ft)[1]
Prominence648 m (2,126 ft) Edit this on Wikidata
ListingNew Zealand #5
Coordinates43°28′54″S 170°19′41″E / 43.48173°S 170.32812°E / -43.48173; 170.32812Coordinates: 43°28′54″S 170°19′41″E / 43.48173°S 170.32812°E / -43.48173; 170.32812[1]
Geography
Mount Elie de Beaumont is located in New Zealand
Mount Elie de Beaumont
Mount Elie de Beaumont
Location in New Zealand
LocationSouth Island, New Zealand
Parent rangeSouthern Alps

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b c "Topographic map". NZTopoMap. Retrieved 30 May 2021.