Ōpātuti Track - Stoney Bay - Walk Thirty

Where: Stoney Bay, Banks Peninsula, Banks Peninsula

Restrictions: All Ages

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  • Admission: $15.00
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Listed by: BP Walking Festival

Walking Guide - Hugh Wilson

Ōpātuti Track is a new route formed for the re-designed Banks Peninsula Track. It traverses private land and a wild part of Hinewai Reserve that has not previously been accessible to the general public. Enjoy the magnificent old-growth red beech forest, resident falcons, fast-flowing streams and stunning views. There is a fairly steep upper section, but the time allows for an unhurried ascent and numerous opportunities for having special flora and fauna pointed out. Large areas of Stoney Bay Valley burnt in the big Hinewai fire of July 2011, and the festival concludes with a chance to observe and hear about the spectacular recovery experienced here.

Walk is about 5 kms in length with the highest point being 700 meters above sea level. 4.5 hours including transport time to and from Akaroa - van provided

Duration: 4 hours

Walk difficulty: Tramp - Track mostly unformed with prolonged up and down.

Walk length: 5kms

Wear tramping boots. Bring a water bottle, food, layered clothing, sunhat and waterproof jacket.

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