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Stunning Views

A steep and slippery track in parts but worth the effort. Views of the waterfalls are enjoyed along... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
RoyOz2016
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Perth, Australia
A real shirtfront!

Do yourself a favour and stop in at Kingston on the way through to Milford or Wueenstown and climb... read more

Reviewed 22 January 2018
Joel W
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Perth, Australia
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3 weeks ago
“Stunning Views”
21 Jan 2018
“A real shirtfront!”
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Te Kere Haka Scenic Reserve, Kingston, New Zealand
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

A steep and slippery track in parts but worth the effort. Views of the waterfalls are enjoyed along the way. The lookout platform provides good views of the old rail line, the lake and surrounding mountains.

Thank RoyOz2016
Reviewed 22 January 2018 via mobile

Do yourself a favour and stop in at Kingston on the way through to Milford or Wueenstown and climb this decent uphill track. We are fairly experienced walkers/hikers and this tested us, especially coming down. Worth the effort for the amazing views of Lake Waitape...More

Thank Joel W
Reviewed 7 January 2016 via mobile

Great blast up some steep inclines towards the top of the lookout. Waterfall and fresh spring water on the way up! Testing for a beginner/intermediate walker/tramper. Really enjoyed the view from the top.

1  Thank ryant656
Reviewed 6 January 2016

Wicked views! Challenging, varied and not too long. Had a waterfall, canyon kind of thing, and you almost had to rock climb for some of it. Heaps of fun!

1  Thank KimbiAntz
Reviewed 14 September 2013

Well here goes, its my 3rd time to get a reply from my track walk. In a name dropper,have you been there well use the Shirt Tail as a starter. The Shirt Tail track begins near where the Kingston Flyer is stored. The track walk...More

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