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Taieri Mouth Millenium trail, Otago

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Taieri Mouth Millenium trailIntermediate

Submitted by Steve Tripp

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Trail Information

15.00km

600m

600m

 

Otago

Dunedin

Front country - easily accessible

Out and Back

Undulating, some big hills

Native bush
Riverside

Intermediate

2:45 (Novice)
1:50 (Intermediate)
1:30 (Elite)

-12.8%

+12.0%

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Description

This is a great hill training run through native bush following the course of the Taieri River from the river mouth to Henley. Some stunning scenery and great birdlife.
It's relatively sheltered from the bad weather so a nice trail run in Sou'westerles.


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Untracked / Route only: 0%

Technical Single Track: 10%

Moderate Single Track: 40%

Easy Single Track: 50%


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  • Access

    From Dunedin head south down the coast to Taieri Mouth. Across the bridge take the road to the right. Track starts at end of road about 500m from bridge.

    Parking is at end of road.

    35 km

    33 minutes

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  • Staying Safe

    Easy.

    It's a very clear track.

    Patchy.

    Long-sleeved thermal top, Gloves, Beanie/thermal headwear, Whistle, First aid kit, Extra food for emergencies, Cellphone.

    There's a creek about half way along (4km and 11km). I have drunk it without ill effects. The dog loves it. Try at your own risk.

    Can be very muddy in parts but always passable. Sometimes some tree fall.

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