Silberhorn (Māori: Rangirua) is the seventh highest named peak in New Zealand, rising to 3,300 metres (10,800 ft). It is located in the Southern Alps on the south ridge of Mount Tasman (3,497 m). Its name, "silver horn" in German, was probably given by William Spotswood Green in 1882 after its resemblance to Silberhorn in the Swiss Alps. Its Māori name, Rangirua, literally translates to 'second sky' (rangi: sky; rua: two).
By elevation Silberhorn is
# 7 out of 2121 in the Southern Alps # 4 out of 1041 in West Coast # 6 out of 1363 in Canterbury # 4 out of 826 in Westland District # 6 out of 301 in Mackenzie District # 7 out of 8795 in New Zealand # 6 out of 168 in Mount Cook National Park (New Zealand) # 4 out of 169 in Westland Tai Poutini National Park
By prominence Silberhorn is
# 100 out of 168 in Mount Cook National Park (New Zealand) # 85 out of 169 in Westland Tai Poutini National Park
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