Mount Douglas – Climbing, Hiking & Mountaineering

  • Elevation: 2187 m
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  • Best months to climb: March, April, May June
  • Convenient center: Franz Josef Village

<b>Mount Douglas</b> is located at the head of the Fox Glacier, and on the West of Mount Cook National Park,in the South Island of New Zealand. Easy access from the Pioneer Hut.From the East the best route is by the Governor Col, or from Plateau Hut. From the West is reached up the Fox Glacier. The standard route is the Nord Divide Ridge between Glacier Peak and Douglas Peak. Grade 3- Alpine. See Mount Cook Guidebook by Hugh Logan

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10 other mountain peaks closest to Mount Douglas:

1. Mount Una (Spenser Mountains) (2300 m) 26.3 km
2. Mount Franklin (Tasman) (2340 m) 44.5 km
3. Mount Travers (2338 m) 49.6 km
4. Mount Dixon (3019 m) 74.4 km
5. Mt Tapuaenuku (Kaikouras) (2885 m) 97.4 km
6. Mount Faraday (1485 m) 99.7 km
7. Mount Owen (1875 m) 100.2 km
8. Mount Rolleston (2275 m) 106.4 km
9. Mount Augustus, New Zealand (1010 m) 108.1 km
10. Mount Murchison (2408 m) 121.1 km


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