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The timezone in Talbot Ladder is Pacific/Tarawa
Sunrise at 06:21 and Sunset at 19:39. It's light
Latitude. -44.7484°, Longitude. 167.9701°
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Geographic features & Photographs around Talbot Ladder, in Southland, New Zealand
- a rounded elevation of limited extent rising above the surrounding land with local relief of less than 300m.
- Mount McPherson (7.4km)
- Mount Talbot (10.5km)
- Mount Moir (14.8km)
- Gulliver Peak (15.7km)
- Mount Belle (15.7km)
- Mount Isolation (18.1km)
- Cirque Peak (22.8km)
- Mount Gendarme (27.2km)
- Barrier Knob (27.4km)
- West Peak (27.4km)
- The Sentinel (30.6km)
- Students Peak (31.4km)
- Barrier Peak (31.6km)
- Middle Peak (32.5km)
- Second Peak (32.5km)
- Access Peak (34.9km)
- Lloyd Peak (34.9km)
- The Twins (36.3km)
- Marian Peak (36.9km)
- East Peak (37.6km)
- a body of running water moving to a lower level in a channel on land.
- Esperance River (14.8km)
- Hollyford River/Whakatipu Ka Tuka (21.6km)
- West Branch Cleddau River (22.3km)
- South Branch Cleddau River (22.3km)
- Slip Creek (24.5km)
- Talbot River (25.7km)
- North Branch Cleddau River (30.2km)
- Cirque Creek (34.4km)
- Gulliver River (35.8km)
- Donne River (35.8km)
- Talbot River (37.6km)
- Neale Burn (38.5km)
- a break in a mountain range or other high obstruction, used for transportation from one side to the other [See also gap].
- a long narrow elevation with steep sides, and a more or less continuous crest.
- Mount Crosscut (32.5km)
- a short, narrow, steep-sided section of a stream valley.
- Gertrude Valley (21.1km)
- an open way with improved surface for transportation of animals, people and vehicles.
- Cockburn Incline (12.9km)
- a small primitive house.
- Homer Hut (17.4km)
- a small coastal indentation, smaller than a bay.
- Deep Water Basin (36.6km)
- a perpendicular or very steep descent of the water of a stream.
- De Lambert Falls (15.7km)
- a subterranean passageway for transportation.
- Homer Tunnel (9.1km)