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Near Herbert Stream, Wangapeka Track, New Zealand
New Zealand

The Wangapeka Track in Kahurangi National Park, New Zealand, an old gold miner's track connecting Golden Bay to the west coast, takes 4-5 days to hike. The track passes through lush forests, rivers, and streams, which is prone to flooding during heavy rain. Please check weather forecasts before heading into the track.

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Copyright: Thomas huang
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Uploaded: 10/06/2012
Updated: 07/07/2012
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Tags: herbert stream; wangapeka; kahurangi; national park; new zealand; mountains; nature; river; valley; forest; trees; peak; hut; taipo; karamea; hiking; tramping; trekking
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