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8 days ago

Great trail but a tall (pun intended) order. We left at 0510 from the Belvedere Restaurant and fell about a kilometre short of the top. All up four hours to get to the top and three to get down (however add another hour to complete the section we didn’t climb). Early morning start means you’ve got a fair bit of shade while the sun rises behind Aorai. Reaching the first hut is relatively easy but after that the trail gets dicey. Watch your step because there’s gaps in the trail and lots of ropes in parts. If you have any fear of heights or problems with balance/vertigo I would not recommend. Very exhausting after the first hut particularly as the temperature rises Cloud cover around the summit after 1000ish. Take it slow on the way down. If it has rained recently I would stay away. Lots of water (3 1/2 litres at least) recommended.

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24 days ago

The trail is inside a gated community now. Weeds and all kinds of plants have grown covering the trail.

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Mon Nov 12 2018

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Mon Nov 05 2018

One of several falls in Tahiti Nui. This one is the easiest to get to by far. The road to the trail is a little congested with the housing in the area. Once at the trail, there is ample parking and some local vendors selling various items. Walking back to falls is quite nice and the cascade of several falls is really overwhelming. Enjoyed this easy and gorgeous waterfall trail in the Papenoo valley as many others traveling in the area. Note: Also called 3 cascades falls. Limited cell service due to mts. so no recorded route possible.

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Sun Nov 04 2018

Really neat roadside grotte in SW Tahiti near Paea. Lots of nature to explore and enjoy. Also, local vendors are set-up nearby. Two caves do exist, but swimming within the caves is at your own risk as the depth and any safety concerns are unknown.

Quite a cultural antiquity in Tahiti. This historic area begins with an informational approach to the Marea and then offers a hike following the temple area which meanders back to a waterfall. Be respectful in the temple grounds area, then enjoy the trail path which is well maintained and clearly marked. The forest is thick at times, but trail is easily traversed. Rating this new trail as moderate since it includes the waterfall which has some bouldering aspects. If only the temple grounds were accomplished then it would be an easy trail.

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