5 Cool walks in auckland

This weather is looking stunning this Auckland Anniversary Weekend and here are 5 walks we suggest you could try that are both spectacular and nice and cool! Walk these tracks in the shade of some magnificent NZ native bush.

1. Albany Trig Track

Albany Trig Track Waterfall
Tranquility in the bush by the waterfall

The Albany Trig Track is a stunning loop walk with plenty of splendid NZ native bush. The walk culminates in reaching the Trig and along the walk provides plenty of views around northern Auckland.

Click here for a track description and Google Map of the walk

A couple of other closeby walks that also wind through stunning NZ bush are Albany Totara Walkway and the Torbay Rata Track

2. Point View Reserve

Point View Reserve Trig
Stunning Views can be seen from the Trig

Point View Reserve has beautiful NZ bush and some of the best views in Auckland. This is a steep walk with plenty of stairs, so does require a certain level of fitness.

Click here for a track description and Google Map of the walk

Another nearby track that I run often is the
Mangemangeroa Valley Walkway.

3. Moire Park

This bush walk is out west and skirts the football grounds and stream. There are wonderful views back towards the Auckland Harbour Bridge and an excellent children’s playground.

Click for a more detailed description of this walk.

4. Awaruku Bush Reserve

650 year old kahikatea tree in Awaruku Bush Reserve
Giant 650 year old kahikatea tree

This is a lovely walk and one that holds a sentimental place in my heart – it was my father-in-laws first track he helped to build and he has helped to maintain it for the past 45 years. The track includes a 650 year old Kahikatea Tree, a waterfall when it rains and glow worms at night!

Click this link for more information and the Google Map

Long Bay Reserve also has plenty of tracks in the bush. I currently do not have a Google Map of this – should hopefully be loaded soon!

5. Dingle Dell

This is a beautiful bush walk nestled in among Auckland’s leafy St. Heliers. Complete a circuit via the St. Heliers Beach waterfront and enjoy a nice cold ice cream!

Click here for a further track description.

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