Join local conservation personalities and enthusiasts to be guided into the delightful Tauranga-Taupo Waterfall nestled in the foothills of the Kaimanawa Ranges. This place is special and not often visited.
You will be travelling off track through red beech and mixed podocarp forest. Stop for lunch and a refreshing swim, before returning back. 7+hours walking time. A very good level of fitness is required –there is a challenging descent down to the waterfall –but this is optional. No cost but a koha to the local Tauranga-Taupo Restoration project would be appreciated!
Trip Length: 7+ hours
Minimum Age: 12
Maximum Participants: 12
Meeting Place: State Highway 1, Kiko Road Intersection, Tauranga-Taupo
Trip may be cancelled/postponed due to bad weather. Other conditions for cancellation/postponement include covid alert level changes.
Participants are asked to bring the following:
- Waterproof and warm clothing
- Packed lunch and water
- Sturdy tramping/walking shoes
- Personal medication
Please note: the Trip leader reserves the right to refuse anyone who is insufficiently equipped.