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A place to waymark signs that prominently display the elevation above sea level of where they are located.
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Image for 1076 metres — Crown Range Summit, New Zealandview gallery

EE22.4 km

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Elevation Signs1076 metres — Crown Range Summit, New Zealand

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Nested in this plaque about the European history of the Crown Range Summit is a reference to the elevation of 1076 metres | 3530 feet above sea level. This also New Zealand's highest sealed road.

posted by: Groundspeak Regular Member Dunbar Loop

location: South Island, New Zealand

date approved: 1/18/2010

last visited: 10/22/2012

Image for Kingston Station - 1028 Feet - Kingston, New Zealandview gallery

SS32.8 km

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Elevation SignsKingston Station - 1028 Feet - Kingston, New Zealand

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Elevation sign on historic railway station in Kingston, New Zealand.

posted by: Groundspeak Charter Member BruceS

location: South Island, New Zealand

date approved: 1/10/2013

last visited: 1/23/2013

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Elevation Signs304 metres — Garston, New Zealand

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While celebrating being New Zealand's "most inland village", Garston has also included its population -- 106 -- and its elevation -- 304 metres

posted by: Groundspeak Regular Member Dunbar Loop

location: South Island, New Zealand

date approved: 10/7/2009

last visited: 10/27/2014

Image for Routeburn Flats Hut - 700 m - Routeburn Track - New Zealandview gallery

NWNW49.2 km

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Elevation SignsRouteburn Flats Hut - 700 m - Routeburn Track - New Zealand

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Elevation listed on sign for hut along the Routeburn Track on the South Island in New Zealand.

posted by: Groundspeak Charter Member BruceS

location: South Island, New Zealand

date approved: 1/6/2013

last visited: never

Image for 568 Feet — Clyde, New Zealandview gallery

EE54.4 km

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Elevation Signs568 Feet — Clyde, New Zealand

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As part of the New Zealand Railway network this elevation sign was erected in Clyde. Today it is connected to a museum.

posted by: Groundspeak Regular Member Dunbar Loop

location: South Island, New Zealand

date approved: 3/28/2010

last visited: 10/24/2012

Image for Lindis Pass - 965 metres. South Island, New Zealand.view gallery

NENE92.2 km

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Elevation SignsLindis Pass - 965 metres. South Island, New Zealand.

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Lindis Pass, elevation 965 metres, lies between the towns of Cromwell and Omarama in Otago, on the main inland route to the Mackenzie Basin in Canterbury.

posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member Punga and Paua

location: South Island, New Zealand

date approved: 5/7/2009

last visited: 11/16/2009

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EE104.4 km

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Elevation Signs618 Metres — Idaburn, New Zealand

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The summit of the Otago Central Rail Trail that runs from Clyde to Middlemarch, some 152 kilometres.

posted by: Groundspeak Regular Member Dunbar Loop

location: South Island, New Zealand

date approved: 3/28/2010

last visited: never

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SESE141.1 km

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Elevation SignsClinton - 400 ft - South Otago. New Zealand.

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Clinton, in South Otago, proudly displays the fact that it is 400 feet above sea level.

posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member Punga and Paua

location: South Island, New Zealand

date approved: 12/7/2009

last visited: 12/13/2014

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