Explore Te Oka Reserve with Neil Brown and CCC Ranger John Fitch
Christchurch City Council has been gradually opening up Te Oka, its massive 900ha reserve, rising from the sea to the summit in the remote Southern Bays. Explore the depths of the reserve not currently signposted for public use and reach the bunkhouse by lunchtime. Then hit the beach before heading back up the tussock spur grassland track and appreciate this vast landscape with a multiple of ecological environments to observe.
Walk Length: 8 hours including carpool from Little River
Walk Difficulty: TRAMP - Track mostly unformed with prolonged up and down
Wear tramping boots. Bring lunch, snacks, water bottle, sunhat, sunscreen, walking pole and weatherproof gear
Please be aware that credit card fees apply to bookings.