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Clay Cliffs, New Zealand
New Zealand

The Clay Cliff are to find on the way to Lake Tekapo. You have to leave the main road in Omarama. After 14 km you will find a sign. The road passes private land. You have to pay 5 $ back in town :( .

You continue the track to a gate. You can pass this gate also with 2 wheel driven cars for another 500 m. Then the path gets very bad. Here you stop and after a few minutes walk you reach the Clay Cliffs.

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Uploaded: 16/02/2013
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