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In late 2018 the track received a major upgrade from the QEII National Trust who own the hill.
270 steps were added and the track surface was upgraded so it is no longer slippery in the wet. It is now easier to get to the...More
Good walk to do. Pretty easy going until the last bit where it is a climb straight up to the top which is about 50m. The view is all worth it once you get to the top. It only took about 10-15 mins to get...More
An excellent walk to see the views of the Mahia Peninsula. Most of the path is a decent width and condition - only the final stretch to the summit is most challenging (pretty steep) so a degree of fitness and steady feet are required.
It is a fairly short walk (say, 10 minutes) to the top, and you will be rewarded with stunning views when you get there. It's an old-school walking track, no hand rails and so on, so it may not be such a good outing for...More