Malte Brun is the highest peak in the Malte Brun Range, which lies between the Tasman and Murchison Glaciers within New Zealand's Southern Alps. According to Land Information New Zealand, it rises to a height of 3,199 metres (10,495 ft), although other sources give heights ranging from 3155–3199 m. A list published by the New Zealand Alpine Club ranks Malte Brun as the third highest mountain in New Zealand.
It was named by Julius von Haast after the French geographer Victor Adolphe Malte-Brun.
By elevation Malte-Brun is
# 8 out of 2121 in the Southern Alps # 7 out of 1363 in Canterbury # 7 out of 301 in Mackenzie District # 8 out of 8795 in New Zealand # 7 out of 168 in Mount Cook National Park (New Zealand)
By prominence Malte-Brun is
# 66 out of 2121 in the Southern Alps # 44 out of 1363 in Canterbury # 7 out of 301 in Mackenzie District # 4 out of 168 in Mount Cook National Park (New Zealand)
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