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Riverhead Rambling, Auckland

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Riverhead RamblingBeginner

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Trail Information

6.00km

160m

160m

 

Auckland

Auckland

Front country - easily accessible

Loop

Undulating, some big hills

Plantation/exotic forest

Beginner

1:00 (Slow)
0:40 (Moderate)
0:25 (Fast)

-5.8%

+5.3%

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Description

Using the trail names in here http://www.trailforks.com/ an anti clockwise loop up Barlow Road, left at Barlow Anzac Link, up Stoker, out and further up Barlow road, drop into Baconator, NW along the gravel road to Joes Bridge the along Barlow Road to Joes Bridge.

This is a simple loop there are many other options in the forest, take Trail Forks with Auckland loaded into your phone and explore!


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Features of interest

The floating bridge, not on this route, but tucked away in Riverhead is quite neat.


Make Up of Run

Moderate Single Track: 80%

Farm Road / 4WD Track: 20%


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  • Access

    Barlow Rd off Ararimu Valley Road. Plenty of parking in open area before forest gate.

    There are plenty of trails in the forest, used by MTB and horses so be aware of the other users, I run and MTB there without issue, both with the dog. It might pay to check whether the motocross folk have an event on before you go - it will be busy & noisy if they do!

    35 km

    33 minutes

    Yes

    No

  • Staying Safe

    Moderate.

    Make navigation of this route super-easy by using the RunHunters app on your phone. View on RunHunters .

    Trail Forks the MTB app has a whole bunch of the trails, as does Strava, Trail Forks runs without cell reception and is quite good to navigate through the varying trails.

    Patchy.

    Whistle, First aid kit, Extra food for emergencies, Cellphone, Map.

    Few forest water dumps for the dog, carry your own.

    Famous for mud and slip in winter

    Mud

  • Post run indulgence

    Hallertau
    Good beer and food.

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