ElevationAscent: 967' 295 m
Descent: -1,166' -355 m
High: 1,763' 537 m
Low: 1,345' 410 m
GradeAvg Grade: 4% (2°)
Max Grade: 22% (12°)
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“Enjoy rich native bush, towering volcanic cliffs and a waterfall hidden deep in the Waihaha Valley”— Megan W
The trail follows the river for a few hundred metres before it crosses the river on a swing
bridge. It then gently climbs up the cliffs, following the course of the river to a lookout with
views of the Waihaha Valley and waterfall, as well as panoramic views of Lake Taupo to
the north and east.
Youll continue along to the trail end where you'll be picked up by your pre-arranged shuttle service, or make the return ride back the way you came to your car. Those with good fitness levels can continue on to the Waihora Trail, a further 17km to the lake edge of Waihora Bay. Here a pre-booked water taxi can ferry you to Kawakawa Bay or Kinloch.
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Family Friendly, ADA Accessible, Need to Know, Dogs Allowed, Features, Electic Mountain Bikes Allowed