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Ataturk Memorial and Breaker Bay via Eastern Walkway

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Ataturk Park

Ataturk Memorial and Breaker Bay via Eastern Walkway is a 4.2 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Wellington, Wellington, New Zealand that offers scenic views. The trail is good for all skill levels and is primarily used for hiking, walking, and nature trips.

Length 4.2 mi Elevation gain 800 ft Route type Loop

Kid friendly

Hiking

Nature trips

Walking

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Reviews (16)
Photos (56)
Recordings (15)
Completed (39)
Katie Watson
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Hiking

Really lovely walk. Wouldn’t call it easy - more like moderate. Lots of stairs!

Amanda Todd
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Hiking

Beautiful trail. Took my dog up for a walk early morning and it was stunning. Gorgeous views and a nice burn for the legs with all the stairs.

Missy Longshore
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Hiking

I loved this trail! Note there’s no bathrooms or water. I recommend going early if it’s a warm day. The views are incredible. Bring a hat, water, sunscreen, and prepare for plenty of stairs and enjoy!

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Robbie McConnel
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Running

Neat little trail close to Wellington Airport. I was staying at Rydges and had a couple of hours to kill. From Moa Point the track alongside the road is loose rock, through a couple of bays, and then started the Eastern Walkway, including the Ataturk Memorial. If you like stairs and climbs, then this is for you. Trail climbs up passed the memorial, then climbs up to top of ridge before following along top, then descends down to Breaker Bay. Return the same way. Trail is a mix of loose gravel, hard compact clay, fallen leaves, and pine needles, and stairs, lots of stairs. Great views of entrance to Harbour, and back over to Airport, even got to see two inter island ferries cruising in.

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Bronnie W.
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Hiking

Be careful of metal stakes/rods poking out of the ground on the track in several places!

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Glenn Jones
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Great trail running training area, steps, gravel paths, long stretches under cover of trees on hard clay paths, can be slippery after rain, wonderful views over Breaker Bay and the harbour entrance

Andy Wood
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If you have some extra time at the airport this is a really great walk along the coast. The directions made it seem farther away. It is not. Just go out past rental car lots, then long term parking. The trail starts at corner just across brick crosswalk and you are on Moa Point.

GuruDev Singh
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First to Review

Great walk. Get the views of mount Mathews airport and the harbour entrance at the different parts of the track. Good mixture of up , down and flat section. Can park the vehicles at southern end at breaker bay or Bowes crescent. Atarturk side had dog play area. Can accommodate buggy and wheelchairs.

Niki Tisza
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Hiking
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Nic Illingworth
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Hiking
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Marta Puzio
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Hiking
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Mitchell Davie-Martin
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Hiking
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Pau Magallanes
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Hiking
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Kirsty B
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Hiking
Judy Alexander
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Hiking
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Joe Reich
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Walking
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