Lake Daniell

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Lake Daniell
Lake Daniell.jpg
LocationWest Coast Region, South Island
Coordinates42°17′51″S 172°17′28″E / 42.297596°S 172.290988°E / -42.297596; 172.290988Coordinates: 42°17′51″S 172°17′28″E / 42.297596°S 172.290988°E / -42.297596; 172.290988
Primary outflowsFrazer Stream
Basin countriesNew Zealand

Lake Daniell is a lake in the West Coast Region of the South Island of New Zealand. Until 2008 the lake was officially named as Lake Daniells.[1]

It is drained by Frazer Stream which in turn feeds into the Alfred River and is surrounded by old growth beech forest. A tramping track leads to the lake and an adjacent hut, the Manson-Nicholls Memorial Hut.[2]

In 2002 there was a search in the area for a missing tramper who was part of a group staying at the lake. The tramper, a 14-year-old male, was found dead next to the Alfred River.[3]

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  1. ^ "Notice of Final Decisions to Assign or Alter or Remove Place Names". The New Zealand Gazette. 15 May 2008. Retrieved 8 December 2019.
  2. ^ "Lewis Pass tramping tracks". New Zealand Department of Conservation. Archived from the original on 2008-10-14. Retrieved 2007-12-19.
  3. ^ Robson, Seth (2002-02-12). "Ten-week search ends". The Press. Fairfax.

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