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Mt Titiroa is a prominent landmark of the Te Anau Basin area of northern Southland on the eastern flank of Fiordland National Park. It is known for its white granite rock which gives its summit the appearance of lingering snow even throughout the summer months, and is clearly visible from Te Anau township.The mountain summit area is known as Geiger's Garden, and sports a number of oddly shaped boulders caused by exfoliation in the granties. These are popular with photographers and mountaineers.
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