Lake George Scott is a small lake situated on the Tekapo River approximately 3 kilometres downstream of Lake Tekapo, New Zealand. Its a man made lake formed to divert water from the river into the Tekapo B hydro electric canal. The Lake is named after the late George Scott a former superintendent of the nearby Tekapo A power station. New Zealand's Department of Conservation maintains a walkway to the lake from the Lake Tekapo Township. Lake Tekapo Walkway
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