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4WD Trek 2017

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When:

  • Sat 4 Mar ’17, 8:30am – 3:00pm

Where:

282 Murimotu Road, 282 Murimotu Road, Rangitikei

Restrictions:

All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • 1x Vehicle: $100.00
  • 1x Extra Adult: $30.00
  • 1x Child: $15.00

This unique Trek will navigate the picturesque Poukiore Valley before climbing to 2650 ft on Te Kumu Station with spectacular 360° views and later finishing amidst the renowned historic farm buildings of Otairi Station. We will traverse a wide variety of steep and rolling farmland typical of Rangitikei Hill Country and often not appreciated from SH1.

All terrain tyres required. Trek is not suitable for all wheel drive cars.

This 4 x 4 trek is designed as a family affair – includes morning tea on arrival and a picnic lunch will be provided. A cash bar and BBQ will operate in the evening on completion of the trek. Please bring cash and nominate a sober driver.

Overnight camping (self manage, BYO tent etc) is available either at Vinegar Hill (8km North) or Simpson’s Bush Reserve (opposite the starting location) on Friday night and at Otairi Station on Saturday night if required.

Departure from 282 Murimotu Road, Hunterville (5km North Hunterville Township). Morning Tea and pre-trek registration/vehicle inspection from 8.30am

Cost:
$100.00 per vehicle (including 2 persons) $ 30.00 per extra adult $ 15.00 per child (Age 5-12 years)
This is a Nga Tawa PFA Fundraiser with all proceeds going towards the Rangitikei Community Multisport Turf to be developed at Nga Tawa.

Limited Numbers – please register by 25th February to avoid disappointment. REGISTER NOW - www.ngatawa.school.nz/4wd
Any further enquiries contact: Fi Dalgety
Elcho RD 5 Hunterville 4785
Phone: 06 322 8460 Mobile: 021 222 8460
e-mail – fidalgety@xtra.co.nz

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