Pukemokemoke Bush Loop Track

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Tauhei Road, Gordonton
Months of operation
All Year
The Pukemokemoke Bush Loop Track is a great Waikato walking trail, boasting over 300 native plants including matai, totara, kauri, kanuka and kahikatea, great picnic spots and stunning views of the wider region.

The 40ha Pukemokemoke reserve, just 20 minutes north of Hamilton includes nine sites of interest, which are marked along the track; these include a log hauler site, the kauri grove and the lookout.

The lookout at the summit of the track provides stunning 360 degree views of the region, with the Hakarimata Ranges, Mt Te Aroha and more all visible on a clear day. From the summit the track loops back down the mountain to the log hauler site, a large clearing perfect for a family picnic in the sunshine and further exploration of the other tracks and rejuvenation efforts happening in the reserve.

Please Note: Dogs on a lead allowed 

Proximity to Town:
30 minutes drive from Hamilton
Activity Duration:
1 hour 30 minute circuit

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