Mount Murchison is a mountain in the Southern Alps in the Canterbury Region of New Zealand. It is the highest point of the Shaler Range, which runs approximately north-south to the east of the Wilberforce River. A col to the east of the peak separates two glaciers, the Kahutea Glacier to the south and the White Glacier to the Northeast.
By elevation Mt Murchison is
# 1 out of 245 in Selwyn District # 1 out of 70 in Arthur's Pass National Park
By prominence Mt Murchison is
# 14 out of 2121 in the Southern Alps # 9 out of 1363 in Canterbury # 1 out of 245 in Selwyn District # 35 out of 8795 in New Zealand # 2 out of 70 in Arthur's Pass National Park
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