Mount Tasman (Horokoau in Māori) is New Zealand's second highest mountain, rising to a height of 3,497 metres (11,473 ft). It is located in the Southern Alps of the South Island, four kilometres to the north of its larger neighbour, Aoraki / Mount Cook. Unlike Aoraki / Mount Cook, Mount Tasman sits on the South Island's Main Divide, on the border between Aoraki/Mount Cook National Park and Westland Tai Poutini National Park. It is the highest point in Westland District.
The Māori name (horo: to swallow; koau: shag or Phalacrocorax varius) is believed to refer to the swelling in the neck of a shag when it is swallowing a fish.
By elevation Mount Tasman is
# 5 out of 2121 in the Southern Alps # 2 out of 1041 in West Coast # 2 out of 826 in Westland District # 5 out of 8795 in New Zealand # 2 out of 169 in Westland Tai Poutini National Park
By prominence Mount Tasman is
# 95 out of 826 in Westland District # 10 out of 169 in Westland Tai Poutini National Park
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