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Monday, 17 March 2014

Explanation on Tupapakurua Falls Track area

Tupapakurua Falls Track area

A hike is when you take a long walk in the forest or in the wilderness. The track is about 11 km return from Fishers Road parking area and it takes 4 – 5 hr return to Tupapakurua Falls lookout.
Before you start your hike you need to tell someone your plans and when you’ll be back so they can send out a rescue team to find you if you get lost. You also need to take some food ( in case you get hungry), water, wind proof and waterproof clothing ( in case of bad weather), sturdy shoes or boots, sunglasses and sunscreen and a first aid kit. During your hike it might get rugged, it also might get slippery of muddy when it rains.
There is a wonderful variety of plant and tree species with tawa, mature rimu, Miro and totara. 
Climbing back up from the stream, the track has beautiful forest views and good lookout points to the waterfalls.

1 comments:

Stephanie Parker said...

Fantastic Eseki. This is a very well written explanation, you have included all the parts, definition, description, operations and added some lovely special features as well. Keep up the good work.
Mrs Parker.

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