Mount Dixon

Peak (3010 metres) just east of the main divide of the Southern Alps, between Mount Haast and the head of the Grand Plateau

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Hochstetter icefall
Date: ca 1937 From: Pascoe, John Dobree, 1908-1972 :Photographic albums, prints and negatives Ref: PA1-o-410-016-2 Description: View looking up the Hochstetter Glacier towards the Grand Plateau, showing in the background Mounts Silberhorn, Tasman, Glacier Dome and Dixon, taken ca 1937...
Green, William Spotswood, 1847-1919 :[The summit of Mount Cook. March 1882]
Date: 1882 By: Green, William Spotswood (Rev), 1847-1919; Baldock, Belinda, -1999 Ref: A-329-012 Description: The central peak is Mount Cook, with Mount Dampier to the right (across the Green Saddle), and the Linda Glacier (named by Green after his wife) descending ...
Date: 193? From: Pascoe, John Dobree, 1908-1972 :Photographic albums, prints and negatives By: Buchanan, Charles, 1878-1959 Ref: PA1-o-410-052 Description: Photograph taken in Southern Alps by Charles Buchanan (1878-1959) showing Mounts Silberhorn, Tasman, Lendenfeld, Haast, Dixon, and the Grand Plateau, from th...