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Mount Ruapehu

North Island

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Mount Ruapehu

is one of the three mountains rising from the central North Island volcanic plateaux, and at 2797 metres is the highest peak in the North Island.
Mount Ruapehu is an active volcano, often sending steam, ash and mud up in the air.
The Whakapapa (Northern side), Turoa (Southern side) and the Tukino (East side), skifields attract thousands of skiers, many from overseas, every winter.

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