View from lookout, Mount Bruce. © Russell Street Creative Commons

Te Arapiki o Tāwhaki Walk


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Experience stunning views and native bush on Te Arapiki o Tāwhaki at Pūkaha Mount Bruce.

About the walk

How long will it take? This is a 4km two-hour return walk.

Explore the lowland podocarp forest of Pūkaha Mount Bruce on this loop track. Access to this track is only available via the Pūkaha Mount Bruce Visitor Centre and an entry fee is required. 

Pūkaha Mount Bruce is located north of Masterton on SH 2.

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