Long Bay Coastal Track in Long Bay Regional Park starts from very end of the famous Long Bay Beach park until Okura River. Recommend walk Nature Trail first which take you through the beautiful birds paradise wetland and native bush. Out of this short Nature Trail, continue the Coastal Track to Granny’s Bay and then Pohutakawa Bay. When you reach the end of Coastal Track on Okura River beach, make a return, go back the same way or if you are 100% sure you understand and know the low tide and high tide time, you may go further than this point to discover more.
Most of Coastal Track were rebuilt friendly for family and bike, and no more muddy again. The new track, 100 Acre Track, starts from Granny’s Bay and wind back a round loop to the hill and join back to the Coastal Tack again.
Caution: Only experienced tramper may try to walk the coast route while make 100% sure you understand and know the low tide and high tide time.
Car Park: Set “1043 Beach Rd, Long Bay, Auckland” in your GPS. It’s about 30 minutes drive from Auckland city center. Park your car at very end of the beach park driveway where a gate stops you and a toilet serves there.
Public Toilet: Yes
Weather: Check Weather before you go! Check Long Bay Tide time before you go!
For better map display, click the buttons (Full Screen, Hide/Show Photos and Back to Center) in the top right corner of the map to study the tracks we took or any other tracks. For more details about the whole Long Bay Regional Park, you may go to www.arc.govt.nz to find out.
Max elevation: 56 m
Min elevation: 7 m
Total climbing: 292 m
Total descent: -296 m
Average speed: 5.16 km/h
Total time: 02:26:13
Total flat distance: 9.5 km, Climbing distance: 2.6 km, Descent distance: 2.7 km, Flat distance: 4.4 km, Maximum difference: 49 m, Final balance: 0 m
Difficulty Rating: 1.3 – E
The “Total Time” is my time in February which includes photo shooting time. That day was fine and the track was good. If you slow down to average 3.0 km/h plus 30 min stop then the total time will be around 3:30 hrs.
Photos on the map. Click opened photo to close.
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