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Great tramp - we did it in one day as a loop starting/finishing at the car park, up Pinchgut track and down Speargrass. It was an amazing hike but I do not recommend doing it the way we did. Firstly the Pinchgut/Roberts Ridge Route was far superior to the Speargrass which is kind of boring really, a lot of forest and a lot of stream crossings. If I were to do it again (which I will!) I’d stay in Angelus Hut overnight and come back down the way we went up. The views are incredible, the track is well formed until you get onto the actual ridge which I would describe as rocky and exposed - if you are not familiar with exposed ridges and rough terrain I would not attempt this walk in poor weather conditions. In fine weather you will be absolutely fine with a relatively modest level of experience.

Très bon compromis lorsqu'on ne veut pas faire la longue randonnée sur plusieurs jours. Elle passe partout, et on voit vraiment tout: plage vue d'en haut et d'en bas et forêt. Petit plus si vous passez par le Separation point (qui vous rajoute deux bons kilomètres d'escalade mais qui vous permet de voir des sealions). Le fait que ce soit une boucle rend la balade encore plus agréable. Prévoir une bonne journée pour cette randonnée qui est magnifique! On a pris notre temps, on a pique-niqué avec les sealions, mais on a commencé à 12h, on a fini à 19h! A faire si vous voulez pas faire les 3 ou 5 jours de randonnée.

This Great Walk is very impressive. Although very busy (most popular walk in NZ) the walk is very easy and appropriate for all ages and fitness levels.

wandern
9 days ago

Brilliant Great Walk and a very easy, slow 4/5 days. It is well maintained, plus the huts and camping are all clean and well managed. Each day the scenery is different, alpine, rocky terrain, jungle and coast!

wandern
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schlammig
scrambling
steinig
1 month ago

Beautiful walk with coast, beach, hills, view points, woods, bush and meadows. Very enjoyable!

wandern
schlammig
scrambling
1 month ago

gehen
steinig
1 month ago

To get to the start of this walk, you have to drive an 11 kilometer long super rocky and narrow dirt road. It is doable with a regular car, but very uncomfortable and definitely not for the faint hearted with regularly having to back up for cars coming from the other side. The walk itself starts of very relaxed in a gorgeous forest. After a while the path gets a bit rocky and before you know it you're climbing over dozens of boulders to get to the actual hole - which you can really see because it's not possible (nor safe) to come that close to the edge. There's also a lookout point which you can access from the same path, but to get to the actual lookout you have to climb more rocks. Personally I didn't think the walk and views are worth driving all the way down that dirt road, though I do think the walk itself is a great adventure for kids.

That was a wonderful trail. Did it on Dec 06 with perfect weather conditions. A sunny day! I walked until Anchorage which was definitely worth it. So beautiful when you look down there. Abel Tasman Coast Track is an awesome trail. Next time the entire trail. :)

wandern
schnee
steinig
1 month ago

spectacular ! make sure the weather is great and not too windy, a little bit snow actually

Such a great trail. Amazing when its lightly raining, running or hiking is great. Visit the little coves along the way for some spectacular beaches.

Lovely trail, we took the Gibbs Hill route on the way to the last hut which was nice!

Pretty easy multi-day walk with some of the most spectacular beaches you’ll ever see. The variety of colors throughout the sand, water, and forest was just mind-blowing. The only downside about the walk is that you’ll see many private baches and day trippers which gives less of the “away from society” feeling that other great walks would. However, I still think the views make this walk well worth it.

Hiked one leg of this walk from Marahau to Anchorage Bay. Night before, we stayed the night at Barn Backpackers (highly recommend!), which is literally right on the trailhead. Got an early start at around 6:30 am and hiked at a fairly quick pace. The trail is extremely well marked and maintained and great for all levels. Took the detour to Cleopatra’s Pools, which was beautiful but too cold this time of year for a swim. Arrived at Anchorage Bay at about 11:15 am and took a water taxi at 11:45 am back to Marahau. Be sure to make a reservation with a water taxi company in advance. A beautiful day of hiking with gorgeous coastal views. Can’t wait to come back and do the entire walk, but love that the water taxis allow for doing this Great Walk in bits and pieces.

A great, family friendly trail that is well maintained. Despite the huts being full each night, we rarely saw others along the trail. Lots of picturesque views which make great photos. Be sure to also take the opportunity to go slightly off-trail and explore the beautiful, deserted, tiny beaches along the way - these are sign-posted from the main trail - the sand, shells & rock formations are unlike those found elsewhere in N.Z. The huts are very warm - we were there mid winter & the log burners were very effective. If we were to do it again, I'd pack a small traveller's pegless clothesline (all 28 people staying at the Anchorage & Bark Bay huts needing to dry wet clothes exceeded the amount of available space on the airer hanging above the log burner) & some light jandals for quickly ducking out of the huts to the bathrooms without having to pull boots on again.

Mountainbiking
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steinig
6 months ago

amazing ride a lot of wash outs specially on the heaphy side of track. was a hard ride with amazing views am pleased to have rode it but won't do it again. I have walked this track and prefers the walk to biking it. loved hearing the birds and seeing the kakapo and Kia. we also seen a seal. was freezing but beautiful

easy trail and nice view point

Did this great walk in September 2017 and it was unreal! Highly recommend

wandern
8 months ago

this is a lovely coastal walk that offers great views of the coast, a mixture of vegetation pungas and manuka and wildlife tui, fan tails, Australasian gannets and seals! we are a fit couple and found the walk easy going it is generally steady with well maintained wide smooth paths with short meandering ascents to views of the bays. there is a bit of a short rocky scramble (100meters) to separation point itself which requires some careful foot placement and a bit of agility. Mutton Cove also has a section on the beach which again involves a rocky scramble and requires careful footing. overall it is a decent walk for a day which you can do at a steady pace with stops at the beaches and viewpoints requiring just a few hours but you could take it leisurely and stretch it out.

We completed a day trip starting at Bark Bay and ending at Awaroa - we used a water taxi to get to and from these beaches back to our base at Kaiteriteri. Took us a little under four hours to complete. The views on this section of the track were wonderful - a lot of time was spent either walking on beaches or catching glimpses of them through the bush. I would personally rate this section of the walk moderate difficulty at best. There were occasional steep moments after leaving Bark Bay heading north, but these were very short lived. Most of the time, the track was flat with very gentle inclines or declines. I'd imagine this section would be suitable for families and people with moderate to low-moderate fitness levels - even with a backpacking pack, this part of the walk would be very doable. There's a cafe at the end (Awaroa) during the summer for those who would be in the hike for a reward beer or bite to eat. Compared to the other bays we visited (Bark Bay and Onetahuti), Awaroa was the most crowded due to the presence of the lodge and cafe - something to keep in mind for people who prefer to avoid crowds as much as possible.

kein schatten
steinig
9 months ago

Splendid trail with gorgeous but !! But you need to be sure footed, and to have good weather. I arrived from mount Cedric trail and went down on that trail with crazy winds all along the ridge. I sometimes had to lie down not to fall. The path is really well indicated.

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