Track Grade: Walking Track
Duration of Event: 5 – 6 hours
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Lying in the heart of the scenic Kahuterawa Valley, the Sledge Track brings you face to face with the majesty of New Zealand’s native environment. From towering ancient trees to fantastic examples of this country’s unique fauna; from rocky waterfalls to trickling streams, massive boulders and tranquil surrounds – this track offers a journey into the essence of Aotearoa, land of the long white cloud. The Sledge Track is also home to some interesting fauna including the carnivorous New Zealand native land snail and its main food source the large native worm. This worm can grow up to 60cm long. Also found is a rare centipede that lives under the leaf litter along the track and a large bush dragonfly.
Please note this walk is not a loop walk, we will walk as far as Toe Toe Flats before heading back to the start of the track. Bring own lunch.
Bookings are essential – no ticket sales on the day.
Along the way Ian Argyle, a former resident and local historian will enlighten the group with a few historical stories.
Please ensure that you wear appropriate walking footwear, bring warm clothing, and pack plenty of adequate drink and food.
Date: Saturday 11 March 2017
Depart: Bus departs Te Manawa Museum of Art, Science and History, 326 Main St, Palmerston North at 10am
Distance: approx 7 – 8km
Walking: 4-5 hours
Limited to 28 people, book now to avoid disappointment.
BOOKINGS ARE ESSENTIAL – no ticket sales on the day.
Bookings can also be made at any venue Eventfinda tickets are sold, please note a $3.00 per ticket booking fee will apply. Click here for the venues