The Footprints of Toi loop track in Whakatāne, Bay of Plenty. Want meet national birds Kiwi and Weka? Part of beach track was closed, so we have to walked on road for a while.
Tarawera Trail, Rotorua
Whakarewarewa Circuit, the Black Track for walking, not the Whakarewarewa Forest Loop which is for mountain bike. The black signs with white background are not very easy eye-grabbed, so always watch out the black signs!
Trails: Western Okataina Walkway or track from Millar Road to Rangitoto Peak and return.
Trails: Pohaturoa Track (yellow mark) from from Mountain Bike Rotorua car park – Waitawa Walk (Blue mark) – back to Pohaturoa Track. Here the very basic walking trails in The Redwoods Whakarewarewa Forest in Rotorua New Zealand
Trails: Western Okataina Walkway from State Highway 30 – Rongomai Track – Te Auheke Cascades Track – Education Camp – Ngahopua Track (Lake Rotongata and Lake Rotoatua) – back to Western Okataina Track.
Easy trail running from Karekare beach to Whatipu beach and return over back by the new updated Muir track and Gibbons track in Waitakere. New updated Muir track and Gibbons track are no more mud, stream cross and safe chain! Five stars walking tracks now! But must be boring for trampers! […]
Long time no see you all! Run the big hills again! Trails: Upper Mangatawhiri Dam carpark – Lilburne Road – Rata Ridge Track – Mangatangi Ridge Track – Upper Mangatawhiri Track – Ernies Track – Waterline Road – carpark. Two streams on Ernies Track were quite deep, but not very bad.
Starts from the car park near to the junction of Te Henga Road and Bethells Road. Keep on muddy road after gates until Whatitiri Track, then turn right until Long Road Track. Turn left until you meet the big farm gate. There are posts in farm until you reach the highest […]
Tracks in bush were updated and are in good maintaining. But the 4WD roads are worse. If you like muddy, go in winter. Car park is good for at least 6-10 cars. No toilet.