Last Updated: 25th Sep 2023

Intermediate - Experienced

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Ashley All Terrrain

Oxford, Canterbury

Submitted by Isobel Stout

Last Updated: 25th Sep 2023

Intermediate - Experienced

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Grunt Factor: 11 ?

Gnarl Factor: 83 ?

4.2km

283m

283m

460m

  

  

  

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Trail Map

Type of Run

Front country - easily accessible

Loop

Very hilly

Dog Friendly

Native bush

Run Makeup

15%
25%
20%
40%

Easy Single Track

Moderate Single Track

Technical Single Track

Untracked / Route only

Average Uphill Gradient: +21.9%

Average Downhill Gradient: -21.9%

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Estimated Times to Run

1:30

Slow

1:00

Moderate

0:35

Fast

The routes and tracks are well marked so follow the signs from the reserve over the road bridge and onto the stairs of the track proper. There are several options here from very easy and great for the wee ones to moderate to really pretty tough. This listed route is the toughest.

Keep left onto the loop track and look out for the signed left turnoff to the Totaranui route. This is a proper route, no track, only orange triangles to blaze the way. It's steep and slippery. Poles advisable and your best grippy shoes. You'll have to keep one eye on your feet and one eye out for the next triangle.

Once you start downwards and sibling you are coming to the exit at the bench seat with a great view over the plains and a big way sign. The waterfall is only another 8 mins (walking) of much easier trail to a lovely horsetail waterfall and a bench to admire it from.

Once refreshed retrace your steps to the big waypoint and follow the waterfall track all the way back to the loop, keep left and then retrace your steps back over the bridge and to the reserve.

A big totara tree and a lovely waterfall full of cold refreshing water! Lots of bush birds. Swim in the river. Children's playground in the reserve.

Park up anywhere in the reserve. There's heaps of room, toilets, water, changing sheds, picnic tables and river access for a dunk too cool off on a hot day.

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Moderate.

Look carefully for the next orange triangle before going too far without seeing one.

Generally good.

Long-sleeved thermal top, Seam-sealed waterproof jacket, Gloves, Beanie/thermal headwear, Whistle, First aid kit, Extra food for emergencies, Cellphone, Map, Crampons / microspikes (for winter conditions)

Plenty of water at the reserve and in the waterfall.

Pretty much 100% in forest so shaded and damp even in summer. Would be even more slippery in winter. But not much risk of sunburn and well sheltered.

Slippery drop offs everywhere but the loop track.

Artisan - Rangiora Bakery
18 High St, Rangiora
https://www.rangiorabakery.com/
Huge range and good prices

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