Redwood Quarry Track is a 4.8 kilometer moderately trafficked loop trail located near Rotorua, Bay of Plenty, New Zealand that features beautiful wild flowers. The trail is rated as moderate and is primarily used for hiking, walking, trail running, and nature trips.

Distance: 4.8 km Elevation Gain: 186 m Route Type: Loop

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27 days ago

Aussie family love it! Wheelchair friendly. Awesome pics

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3 months ago

Very nice trail:) impressive trees!

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4 months ago

Completely worth it

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4 months ago

Interesting walk with a nice view from the lookout point.

5 months ago

Great track, a lot of stairs but worth the hike

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5 months ago

took my 3 children aged 9-4 some large steeps still done with ease just abit longer with little legs

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5 months ago

Easy hike. Before you know it you're at the lookout, which is mostly trees, with Lake Rotorua just visible still making good for photos. Good family track. Takes about an hour.

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5 months ago

Nice trail!

6 months ago

Very nice loop in the redwoods. Very easy, though intressting to walk through the different kind of forests.

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7 months ago

A moderately easy hike, not much incline, and mostly shaded. Not much in the way of views but lots of trees, ferns, and greenery. A nice way to get some mileage and enjoy the redwoods.

7 months ago

Very nice track with great views.

8 months ago

Hiked the short loop (the “red track”, Redwood Memorial Grove). It was only 1.2 miles, ~30 minutes. Beautiful trail. Easy for all levels.

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9 months ago

Absolutely loved this walk. One of my new favourite places! Just wish they would let me build a log cabin here..

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