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Mount Panié, in the municipality of Hienghène
Mount Panié (5,344ft/1,629m), locally called Taaluny, is the highest point made up of metamorphic rocks in New Caledonia. Facing the prevailing winds in the northern province of Grande-Terre and in the territory of the municipality of Hienghène, it is part of the Central chain of the island. Its relatively flat summit is accessible to hikers in five to seven hours.
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