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A great view!

A nice walk up the mountain to get a great view of the surroundings. During the walk up you can... read more

Reviewed 15 July 2018
Anette12345
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Orkelljunga, Sweden
New Tower built

There is an amazing view at the top of the reserve from the Tower which was built by volunteers in... read more

Reviewed 3 March 2018
Matthew T
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Taihape, New Zealand
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15 Jul 2018
“A great view!”
2 Mar 2018
“New Tower built”
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Reviewed 15 July 2018

A nice walk up the mountain to get a great view of the surroundings. During the walk up you can read the signs and learn about the trees.

Thank Anette12345
Reviewed 3 March 2018

There is an amazing view at the top of the reserve from the Tower which was built by volunteers in 2017. The view encapsulates scenic vistas of Mt Ruapehu, the Ruahine Rangers and the township. It is a must see if you are passing through...More

Thank Matthew T
Reviewed 18 November 2017

besides the SH1, if you want to stretch your legs, stop off here and climb the hills. It will get the blood pumping and you are rewarded with a good view of Taihape and the surrounding area

1  Thank majnz
Reviewed 5 October 2017

You can see mt Ruapehu from the lookout on a clear day. The walk up mount Stewart is great for seeing the local bird life and if you're lucky maybe a hedgehog.

Thank Heidi G
Reviewed 1 April 2017 via mobile

This is a 15 minutes walk through bushes with a chance to see new zealand native birds and hear them. Fantail bird is easy to see. This walk is suitable for young children which ends with a summit with a fantastic view. The whole trip...More

1  Thank Rafea N
Reviewed 28 November 2016

Behind the giant gumboot in Tiahape is this reserve. What stood out in this small reserve is the main trees are labelled in an attempt to provide some insight and the amount of singing birds. The path is not often used so it is overgrown...More

1  Thank AMsays
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