Walking & hiking

Punakaiki Walks

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Walks in the Punakaiki area of the West Coast of New Zealand.

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Truman track

Time: 15 Minutes.

Skill level: Easy.

This walk emerges from the sub tropical rainforest to a spectacular coastline with cliffs and sea caves.

Pororari River walk

Time: 1 hour.

Skill level: Moderate.

The first 15 minutes of this walk takes you to a seat overlooking a spectacular view of the river gorge and limestone cliffs - 1km north of the Visitor Centre on SH6.

Pancake Rocks / Dolomite Point walkway

Time: 20-minutes.

Skill level: Easy.

Blowholes and spectacular rock formations, ocean views, SH 6, midway between Westport and Greymouth.

Tiropahi walk

Time: Two hours.

Skill level: Easy.

Old bush tramway via milling site, river and limestone bluffs. One river crossing.

Directions

Punakaiki, West Coast, New Zealand, 8783
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