Totara Log Track

  • 30 min
  • One way
  • Easy/medium

Sidle through fire-ravaged land in Ohinetahi Reserve.

Key information
Time
30 min
Distance
1.3km
Type
One way
One way
Grade
Easy/medium
Lightly marked track with fire damage Grades explained
Access
Bookings
No bookings — open access
No — open access
Starts
Ellas Track below Mount Ada, Ohinetahi Reserve
Distance from you: ()
Ends
Bush Road Track, Ohinetahi Reserve
Other
Altitude
284m – 443m
Altitude change 159m
Maps
-

During February 2017, forest fires burned much of Ohinetahi Reserve, including the majority of the Totara Log Track. Conditions on the ground are variable as the land recovers.

The Totara Log Track sets off from below the Mount Ada bluffs on Ellas Track. A quick drop onto a grassy spur before sidling past what was once kānuka forest, then the track enters welcome bush and crosses the Bivvy Track. The forest is low and ferny, soon passing through a patch of coprosma scrub and joining the Bush Road Track. 

Return back up the Bush Road Track.

Map 
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ID 16454

About this track

Added 4 May 2017 by MatthewMatthew. No revisions.
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