Grade: Medium – Difficult
Timing: 5.5 hours
Being the height of summer we will do a coastal walk so people can swim – Goat Island to Ti Point wharf. This is a 5.5 hour walk along farmland, some roads, coastal tracks & beaches, and some boulder walking. Meet in the main Goat Island car park, travel time is approx 1hr 30min
NB: Paul will not be at Glen Eden for the 8.30 meeting time.
Time: 4-5 hours
Only recently re-opened, so we are fortunate to be able to get back into the Wairere stream that passes through Goldies Bush. Great swimming opportunities, beautiful bush and great views from the northern end of Te Henga Walkway.
No Glen Eden Meeting
Introductory Tramp – Grade Easyish
Timing: Approx. 4 hours
Today we will explore the Orakei Basin and the streets and reserves leading to the Orakei Domain. If time, we will continue to the Michael Savage Memorial Park with its views out to Rangitoto Island.
Main Meeting Point: 10 a.m. Orakei Railway Station. Alternatively, meet on the 8.50 a.m. train from Henderson (8.56 Glen Eden, 9.02 New Lynn). This train reaches Britomart in time to catch the 9.47 a.m. train to Orakei. People who prefer to travel by car can park in the Kings Plant Barn car park just past the Orakei Railway Station, Orakei Rd.
Timing: 4+ hrs
Meet at Glen Eden at 8.30 to car pool or meet at Hunuas Falls car park 9.30am. We will be doing the Massey Loop Track & Cossey Gorge.
NB; Mandy will not be at Glen Eden for the 8.30 meeting time. Trampers, please call Mandy when leaving Glen Eden to confirm the numbers going to Hunuas.
NOTE EARLY START
Fare: Total cost per car will be approx $45 so 3- 4 passengers is ideal, minimum of 2 cars will be required for car shuttle or key swap.
Timing: 4-5 hours for shorter version down Summit Track Option : 5-6 hours to do the whole Hakarimata Track
Starting from Parker Road in Huntly we will head up the Hakarimata Track to the summit tower where we will get lovely views. Shortly after leaving the tower we have the option of taking Summit track or carrying on the Hakarimata. Here we can split the group if numbers allow it. Its a great tramp with lots of tree roots and only a little mud.
Timing: 5.5 hours
At Tapora on the way to Wellsford. If coming from Auckland look for Wharehine Rd on the left after Tauhoa, not all that far before Wellsford. If you miss it, the Port Albert Rd is some kilometres further along and is the road to take if coming from Wellsford. Either way within 6 kms or so after finding Wharehine Rd, you will come to Run Rd. 5 kms down this road you will see Atiu Regional Park signposted – carry on to meet at the Atiu carpark at 10 am. Travel time is approx 45 min from Glen Eden.