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Tunnel Gully Recreation Area Classification: Walking Track This recreation area is an attractive setting for picnics, barbeques and easy walks. The Tunnel Loop Track is well marked, through a stand of very old bush which contains ferns, mosses and large rimus, full of native birds. An interesting historic feature is the Mangaroa Tunnel which is part of the disused Wellington to Wairarapa railway line. A torch is useful for this walk.

Walking Time:

45 minutes return.

To get there:

Pass through Upper Hutt on State Highway 2. At Te Marua turn right then left into Plateau Road, and after 1 Kilometre it leads into the recreation and lower picnic area. Closest public transport stop: Bus route 12 from Upper Hutt Railway Station.

Toilet facilities available.

For more information contact the Upper Hutt i-SITE Visitor Centre, telephone (04) 527 - 2141, or Greater Wellington Regional Council, telephone (04) 526 - 4133.

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Rimutaka Rail Trail Classification: Walking Track This track traverses the original Railway from Kaitoke to Cross Creek, a distance of 17km. The easy grade walking track winds through bush, slides round hillsides and passes through tunnels - Summit Tunnel 600m long.

Remember a torch. Once at the summit the walk down to Cross Creek is steeper with the Siberia Washout more difficult under foot. This walk offers numerous opportunities for swimming in the Pakuratahi River.

Walking Time:

Kaitoke - Cross Creek - 5 hours one way.

A return trip to the summit takes 6 hours.

To get there:

Access to the Rail Trail is via the Go Kart and Gliding Club accessway at Kaitoke, turning right off State Highway No. 2 or alternatively Cross Creek, Featherston.

Toilet facilities available at Kaitoke, Ladle Bend Bridge, Summit and Cross Creek.

For more information and transport enquiries contact the Upper Hutt i-SITE Visitor Centre, telephone (04) 527 - 2141, or Greater Wellington Regional Council, telephone (04) 526 - 4133.

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The Following Tracks are all Classified as Tramping Tracks Smiths Creek/Tauherenikau This track leads into a beautiful valley in the Tararua Forest Park. The track follows the Puffer Track through W.R.C. land and enters State Forest after the first major ridge at the top of the Puffer. Turn right at approximately two thirds of the distance before the top of the Puffer Track. The track drops steeply to Smiths Creek (about 1 hour) - a popular “brewing up” spot. A benched track continues down Smiths Creek for a further one hour to the Tauherenikau River and Smiths Creek shelter. This trip has attractive bush and river scenery.

Walking Time: 4 hours return.

Marchant Spur and Dobson Hut Site Proceed three quarters of the way along the Puffer Track and turn left to get to the old Dobsons Hut site and Marchant Ridge, which is signposted. This walk goes from regenerated bush site into sub alpine bush. Spectacular views of the Tauherenikau Valley, Wairarapa and Hutt Valley from Marchant Spur, Mt.

Marchant at 1038 m.

Walking Time:

6 hours return to Mt. Marchant, 4 hours return to Dobsons Hut.

Loop Walk This tramp follows Dobsons Hut and Smith Creek Shelter tracks, returning to the start at the Tararua Forest Park.

5 hours.

Walking Time:

To get there:

Access is off S.H.2, turn left at Kaitoke just east of the Pakuratahi Bridge.

Proceed up Marchant Road and follow signposts to the Puffer Track.

No toilet facilities available.

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Rimutaka Trig Track Classification: Walking Track This track takes you to the Rimutaka Trig at the summit of Rimutaka Hill through sub alpine plants. It is often very windy on this walk so warm clothing is desirable. Grand views of Upper Hutt Valley and Wairarapa.

Walking Time:

45 minutes return.

To get there:

Signposted at the summit of Rimutaka Hill, State Highway No. 2.

Toilet facilities available at Summit.

For more information and transport enquiries contact the Upper Hutt i-SITE Visitor Centre, telephone (04) 527 - 2141.

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Karapoti - Cedarholm Creek Classification: Walking Track Easy walking along abandoned logging tracks takes you from the car park, at the end of Karapoti Road, to McGhies Bridge. From McGhies Bridge the walk follows recently upgraded forestry tracks for a short period until a large skid site alongside the Akatarawa River West. From here the track winds up through two saddles and down to Cedarholm Creek. Enjoy lunch and then return along the same track to the carpark.

Walking Time:

5 hours return to Cedarholm Creek.

To get there:

Drive along Akatarawa Road for 6km from the Brown Owl turn off. Karapoti Road is signposted.

No toilet facilities available.

For more information and transport enquiries contact the Upper Hutt i-SITE Visitor Centre, telephone (04) 527 - 2141.

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Riverstone Bush is a regenerating valley of mixed podocarp containing some remnants of the vegetation that used to clad the area. The track links Riverstone Drive with Ronald Scott Grove. Walkers can do a loop walk by walking the walkway and then walking up Ronald Scott Grove, down Kirton Drive and back down Riverstone Drive.

Walking Time:

15 minutes for the bush track 1 hour for the loop

To get there:

The Riverstone Bush Walkway is accessible from either Riverstone Drive or Ronal Scott Grove, both off Kirton Drive. The Kirton Drive exit is just south

of the Moonshine Bridge on State Highway Two. Closest public stop:

Trentham Railway Station.

No public toilet facilities are available at Riverstone Terraces.

Parking is available at both ends of the walkway.

For more information contact the Upper Hutt i-SITE Visitor Centre, telephone (04) 527-2141

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Upper Hutt is noted for its magnificent parks and reserves of which there are over 80. The three largest parks, Maidstone, Harcourt and Trentham Memorial, cater for a wide range of sporting and recreational activities and are located in close proximity to transport facilities and the Central Business District.

Maidstone Park (50 hectares) Park Street.

Maidstone Park is situated close to the City centre, railway station and H20 Xtream. It provides excellent sporting and recreational facilities for both locals and visitors. Maidstone Max, the regions most popular play park, contains a 1000m2 skate park, twin 60m flying foxes, a junior and senior playground.

Bush walks wind their way through the well clad hills which are outlined in this brochure.

There are several picnic areas, play equipment, a miniature railway, conservatory and sports fields catering for cricket, rugby, softball and hockey.

Toilet facilities are available.

Harcourt Park (14 hectares) Akatarawa Road This park has remnant patches of lowland beech and podocarp forest with rhododendron and azalea gardens. Of geological interest is the park’s faulted river terrace sequence as the park is situated on the Wellington fault line.

The park contains a number of features including an open air stage, several play areas, a toddlers paddling pool, flying fox, duck pond, electric barbecues, and picnic areas. There are also cricket and soccer fields.

Toilet facilities are available.

The main walkway at Harcourt Park is lit, along with a number of trees.

Harcourt Holiday Park adjacent to Harcourt Park provides high quality tourist flats and camping sites. Telephone 526 - 7400.

Trentham Memorial Park (48 Hectares) Barton Road This park is an attractive setting for winter and summer sports including cricket, soccer and rugby. It is also ideal for carnivals, picnics, and concerts.

The park contains two areas of remnant lowland podocarp forest with bush walks through the Bartons Bush area which are outlined in this brochure.

A large children’s playground and toilet facilities are also available.

For more information contact the Upper Hutt i-SITE Visitor Centre, telephone (04) 527 - 2141.

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UPPER HUTT i-SITE VISITOR CENTRE

CBD Towers, 84-90 Main Street, Upper Hutt Phone (04) 527 - 2141 Fax: (04) 527 - 9818 www.upperhuttcity.com uhvic@uhcc.govt.nz Upper Hutt offers a great variety of attractions and activities. The Upper Hutt Information Centre is open 7 days, and can offer information on a wide range of activities not only available in Upper Hutt but New Zealand wide.

We would be only too happy to assist you in your booking requirements, or simply filling your days with the exciting features Upper Hutt has to offer.

Upper Hutt is a 30 minute drive from central Wellington, or if travelling by public transport, enjoy the ride with Metlink on the train which runs regularly to and from Wellington. Give us a call - we’re here to help.

Stop off at the Information Kiosk, if heading to or from Upper Hutt, for details of walkway locations on the visitor map.

H 2 O Xtream Cnr Brown & Blenheim Streets, Upper Hutt Phone (04) 527 - 2113 Twin pool complex, with a Wave Machine, 8 lane pool, fun pool with rapid river, 3 hydroslides, spa pool, sauna, steam room. Enjoy a bite to eat at “Waves Cafe”.

Creche facilities. The perfect place to relax after your walk.

6am - 9pm Mon-Thur 8am - 10pm Sat 6am - 10pm Fri 8am - 9pm Sun

STAGLANDS WILDLIFE RESERVE

Akatarawa Road, Upper Hutt.

Phone (04) 526 - 7529 Young and old will enjoy the quiet natural beauty of Staglands. Offering a unique, exciting experience with wildlife. Large walk through aviaries and enclosures.

Rare and endangered breeds of native and exotic animals, birds and trout.

Touch and hand feed the animals as you stroll amongst them.

Open 10am - 5pm daily.

HARCOURT HOLIDAY PARK

45 Akatarawa Road, Upper Hutt.

Phone (04) 526 - 7400 Set in native bush on the banks of the Hutt river, Harcourt Holiday Park offers a range of affordable accommodation in a pleasant and relaxed atmosphere.

Motel Units, Tourist Flats, Cabins, Caravan and Tent sites.

Situated an easy five minute drive from Upper Hutt i-SITE Visitor Centre.

EFIL DOOG - Garden of Art Akatarawa Road, Upper Hutt.

Phone (04) 526 - 7924 Sculpture park, exhibition of original early New Zealand paintings, magnificent garden. A marvellous and exciting experience for garden and art lovers. Open 1 October - 30 April, Wednesday - Sunday or by appointment.

For more information and transport enquiries phone the Upper Hutt i-SITE Visitor Centre, telephone (04) 527 - 2141.

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Maidstone Max A purpose built 1000m exclusive downhill track is situated at Maidstone Park, at the southern end of the ridge top, accessed by car off Seymour Grove or by bike/foot from Maidstone Park. The track contains numerous drop offs, berms, jumps, chutes and single track. A quick and easy shuttle to the top and then you’re back into it.

The great feature of this track is that it is the exclusive domain of Downhill Mountain Biker, and it suits all abilities.

The Maidstone Max Downhill can be found at the top of Seymour Grove, off Kingsley Drive, or off Park Street, Upper Hutt.

Mount Climie A shared track with walkers and possible the odd vehicle, but not usually during the weekends, this track was once the home of the notorious Reebok Eliminator. No official races have been run on the course for a few years but individuals are free to push up to the top to enjoy the views before a fast furious trip to the bottom.

Mount Climie can be accessed off the end of Plateau Road, Te Marua, Upper Hutt.

Karapoti Classic Probably the most renowned and popular race in the country, the ride is available 24 hours a day 356 days of the year, all you need is a bike... The start of the track can be found at the end of Karapoti Road off Akatarawa Road. If you ride the race course you will end up back at the same carpark, there is a good map of the area in the carpark.

Other Tracks All of the tracks that are owned and managed by the Upper Hutt City Council can be used by Mountain Bikers, provided that they respect the needs of other users. The Greater Wellington Regional Council has a information sheet containing walking tracks that can be Mountain Biked.

21 Upper Hutt City Council VISITOR i-SITE VISITOR CENTRE TOWERS, CBD TOWERS, 84-90 MAIN STREET UPPER HUTT OCTOBER 2005

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