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Signal Hill Big Easy, Otago

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Signal Hill Big EasyBeginner

Submitted by Kieran Philip

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Trail Information








Out and Back

Very hilly

Native bush
Plantation/exotic forest


1:30 (Slow)
1:15 (Moderate)
0:45 (Fast)



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Starting at the car park, follow the well marked track. It takes you up the hill at an easy gradient which is very pleasant to run. The track winds its way up, sticking to the main track is easy and is well signposted where there is a couple of intersections.
Follow the track all the way up until you reach the top and the statues etc. Then turn around and head back down!

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Features of interest

Historic Opoho Fish Ponds
Native bush
Great views over Dunedin

Make Up of Run

Easy Single Track: 98%

Sealed Road: 2%

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  • Access

    Track begins at the end of the car park at Logan Park High School, head down driveway along left hand side of school until you get to the noticeboard.

    Parking is at car park at Logan Park High School, located on Butts Rd. Car parking during school hours is for teachers and visitors only, so between 8am - 4:30pm parking on Butts Rd would be required.

    3 km

    7 minutes



  • Staying Safe


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

    Follow main track, follow signposts at intersections.

    Perfect throughout.

    Short-sleeved thermal top, Windproof jacket, Beanie/thermal headwear, Whistle, First aid kit, Extra food for emergencies, Cellphone, Map.

    Could drink out of the creek, but I wouldn't. Take your own!

    Top little part of the track is exposed, so pretty nippy when windy.

    Part of the Mountain Biking Otago network of tracks, so be on the lookout for bikers. Places where tracks cross are well signposted.

  • Post run indulgence

    Everyday Gourmet
    466 George Street
    Great coffee

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