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Above left: Photo is taken of John McDon­ald who walked to Downer’s Rock on a peak be­hind Motu. From here and many other peaks in the area ex­ten­sive views can be had in­clud­ing down to Poverty Bay on a clear day. Photo by Dorothy Mut­ton, Te Puke.

Left be­low: One of the lad­ders on the steep climb from the Pin­na­cles Hut to The Pin­na­cles (759 me­tres) in the Kauaeranga Val­ley, Coro­man­del Penin­sula. Photo by Claire Wood­hall, Have­lock North.

Above: Derek & He­len Teague en­joy­ing clear and un-ob­structed views from the top of Karanga­hake Moun­tain over­look­ing the gorge be­low. To views of Firth of Thames, Mayor Is­land & Mt Ruapehu. Photo by Derek Teague, Cam­bridge. Above right: Start of Sec­tion 5 of the Ed­mund Hi­lary Track from Piha in the Waitakere Ranges. Photo by Denice Hawker, Cher­ry­wood, Tau­ranga. Right: In the photo is my hus­band Bruce en­joy­ing a lovely day’s walk at Boul­der Bay. In this bay and the ad­ja­cent coast­line lies rem­nants of 13 ves­sels. This place is known to­day as Ran­gi­toto Is­land ships grave­yard. Photo by Jo Alexan­der, Hen­der­son, Auck­land.

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