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Judy Alexander reviewed Heaphy Track
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Judy Alexander reviewed Heaphy Track
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Judy Alexander reviewed Heaphy Track
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HikingMuddy

Wow! I did this track many years ago during the slower season. Only a few people were passed along the way. Beautiful views the entirety of the hike. Make sure you know low tide times as you have to cross at low tide at a couple crossings. Trails were well maintained. The camping area was shut when I completed this trek so I used the huts available. They were perfect for what is needed. Would do this again

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Jamie T reviewed Separation Point Trail
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went for sunrise after staying overnight at the hut in winter. had an amazing sunrise right infront of the lighthouse, highly recommended. took an hour from the hut.. can be pretty windy while waiting for the sunrise.

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Umesh Dayal reviewed Brunner Penninsula Nature Walk
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First to Review

easy walk lovely views from time to time

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Amazing views of the sea. The trail follows the coast line. In and out of mixed Bush with fern trees. We stayed in the huts on the way.

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I had the chance to do this track on a beautiful day. Was end of June and still no snow for now. Just some puddles here and there. But if they're is I would advice anyone to take all the gears for ice. Would be dangerous is there is snow. Beautiful view, lots of lakes on the way. Beautiful track, loved it.

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Rebecca Bird reviewed Lake Rotoiti Circuit
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This is a stunning trail with beautiful scenery - which you can fully appreciate because the trail itself isn't physically demanding. Beginning at sunrise on day one and ending at sunset on day two meant the colours on the surrounding mountains were spectacular. We began at Kerr Bay and headed around the eastern shore, aiming to spend the night at Coldwater Hut. There had been some heavy rains & winds in the days prior, resulting in a lot of fallen branches along the track, and the Traver's River was quite high, making for a very careful river crossing. Coldwater Hut was wonderfully simple and isolated with a beautiful open fire. The night sky from here was incredible with absolutely no light pollution - be sure to look up! More fabulous photo opportunities at sunrise from the hut across the lake. Continuing on the track, the small detour to Whisky Falls was well worth it. When we made it round to the northern edge of the lake, we could have taken the Black Hill Walk, rather than the Peninsula Nature Walk, which may have been a quicker route back to St Arnaud.

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Lior Azriel reviewed Harwoods Hole Track
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all the walk is in the forest, we went in May and it was a bit cold. the walk was easy in the beginning but the last 30 min it's on and between rocks. in the end you can see part of the hole which was really big and impressive but you don't really see all of it. (there is a ring to tie up rope for climbers but you need a special long rope). 20 min before the end there is an option to go up 10 min to George look out, you can see up there the Golden Bay valley but there isn't a place to sit, it's all rocky. I went with a 70 years old friend and the climb to George look out took as 20 min. and we did all the walk in 3 hours. it was a bit hard. the road to the track is pretty bad and long. there is no reception there. I will do this track only if I'm done with all the other amazing track around this area.

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2018 Kayaked to Anchorage then hiked back. Incredible sea, paddled to see fur seals, lots of birds. Hike back was as good as kayaking.

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Großartiger Weg entlang der Küste mit phantastischen Aussichten

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We ve only done the coast track from Totaranui to Separation Point. Nice track where we alternated beetween Forest track and beaches. Separation point is a really nice spot, if you walk on the rocks there, you ll be able see many fur seals.

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Paul R reviewed Separation Point Trail
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Quite diverse hike through jungle and over beaches. With perfect weather like paradise!

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Very busy, but a great walk

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randonnée magnifique. cependant faire bien attention a la météo. personnellement j'ai fait l'aller dans le brouillard avec beaucoup de vent et de pluie (annoncées seulement pour la nuit et pas le matin) et je n'ai pris aucun plaisir a marcher. j'étais trempé et le brouillard cachait la vue. cependant au retour il a fait beau et là c'était vraiment magnifique. l'aller m'a pris 4h et le retour 2h30. compter 5h a l'aller 3 au retour et bien 2h de pause a la hutte pour manger et profiter de la vue et vous êtes large (et pas 6+6 heures comme le suggèrent les doc et visitor centers, sauf si habituellement vous êtes d'accord avec le previsons)

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Andrew Hodge reviewed Travers-Sabine Circuit
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BackpackingMuddyRocky

The track was great; rocky, rooty, some small streams to cross. Beautiful forests. Managed the trek in three nights; 1st night at Coldwater hut 9km, 2nd night at Upper Travers 22km, 3rd night Sabine Hut 23km, 4th day out to Lakehead carpark 23 km. Most will do this in 4 nights or more. my legs feel like rubber!

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Thassilo E. reviewed Separation Point Trail
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Easy track with good views along the coastline and a nice possibility of a swim on the return.

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Max Voß reviewed Harwoods Hole Track
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