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Arthur's Pass, a mountain pass (920 metres or 3,020 feet above sea level) in the Southern Alps of the South Island of New Zealand, marks part of the boundary between the West Coast and Canterbury regions. Located 140 km from Christchurch and 95 km from Greymouth, the pass comprises part of a saddle between the valleys of the Otira River (a tributary of the Taramakau River in the west) and of the Bealey River (in the east). Arthur's Pass lies on the border of the Selwyn and Westland districts.
The Olivine Ice Plateau is a glacier in the Olivine Wilderness Area and Aspiring National Park in New Zealand's South Island. The Plateau is named after the mineral olivine, which is common within the Dun Mountain Ophiolite that underlies the area. The Plateau extents to the west over the Forgotten River Col. into the Forgotten River and to the North it merges with the Andy Glacier, which feeds a tributary of the Arawhata River. The Olivine Ice Plateau is one of many glaciers in the region of the Arawhata, Dart, Hollyford and Matukituki rivers' headwaters.
Lake Kaniere is a glacial lake located on the West Coast of New Zealand's South Island, nearly 200 m deep and surrounded on three sides by mountains and mature rimu forest. It is regarded by many as the most beautiful of the West Coast lakes, and is a popular tourist and leisure destination.
The Kaniere River is a river of New Zealand. It is located in the West Coast Region of the South Island. The river is the outflow of Lake Kaniere, and flows west to reach the Hokitika River five kilkometres from the coast of the Tasman Sea.
Lake Paringa is a small lake 50 kilometres north of Haast on the West Coast of New Zealand's South Island.
The Paringa River is a river of the West Coast Region of New Zealand's South Island. It flows generally northwest from its origins in the Southern Alps southwest of Mount Hooker, reaching the Tasman Sea 10 kilometres southwest of Bruce Bay.
The West Coast Treetop Walk is a canopy walkway through mature rimu forest near Hokitika on the West Coast of the South Island of New Zealand. The tourist attraction was built by Australian eco-tourism company 'Canopy01' in 2012 and comprises a 450 metres (1,480 ft) long elevated steel walkway, viewing tower, and cantilever.
The Williamson River is a minor river in the South Island of New Zealand.