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Hillary Trail

Hillary Trail

The spectacular Hillary Trail is a new edition to the self-guided walking tracks that dot the coastal landscape around the Auckland regions.

This challenging four day hike and camping adventure through native forest and the wild west coast is one that can easily be accomplished in summer, but is also one you will find much more demanding in other seasons due to shorter days and cooler weather, with mud and slippery underfoot tracks that need to be traversed.!! …

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