Cape Brett Hut

Cape Brett Track
Cape Brett Track
Track 1 – 2 days. Easy/medium. Return via same track.
The seven distinctive peaks that mark Cape Brett’s spine are said to represent the seven waka that landed at Cape Brett around 700 years ago. The 16.5 kilometre track follows the peaks from Oke Bay...

Track grades

Unusually smooth, well-marked track, easy gradients. Up to about 4 hours per day.
Typical lowland track. Generally easy walking and well marked. Ascents of up to 1000m. Some easy river crossings, unmarked travel along rivers.
Typical tops track. Experienced trampers only. Rough, muddy and poorly marked or unmarked. Ascents of up to 2000m. River crossings, open tops, passes. Up to about 8 hours per day.
Navigation and snow skills (use of ice axe and crampons) required. Glaciers, exposure to falls.
Rough or non-existent tracks. Following ridges, bush spurs, and rivers. Steep ascents, arduous travel, hazardous conditions, snow and navigation skills essential.