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Feb 02 2003

Maungatua traverse

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19 km to Kempshall Rd.
5/2/2003. All. Maungatua Traverse. Moderate. Bus. Leaders: Bob H, Ian, Lex.
8/3/1995. Maungatua Traverse. Long Day. Bus at each end. Fare to be notified later. Leaders: Rob Q, George, Eric, Les W

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Mar 13 2002

Jim Freeman, Pineapple

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Click Pineapple Track for background information.
Click Pineapple and Flagstaff walk for background information.
13/3/2002. Up Jim Freeman – Skyline. Medium. Leaders: Arthur and Barbara, Frank.
21/10/1992. Jim Freeman, Pineapple Track, Bivy Rock (or the other way around). View the Rhododendrons. Park cars at Bullring. Leaders:  Molly, Mary McG, Wendy, Joan A

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Mar 08 1999

Deep Stream pipeline from George King Memorial Drive. (Not recommended)

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8/3/1999 Deep Stream Pipe Line from George King Memorial Drive. Ria recommends not worth doing. (18/2/2010.) Leaders: Bev  H, Colleen, Pat.

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Jun 01 1996

Leith Saddle, Swampy, Pole Line, Thomsons Farm.

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Click Swampy ridge track for background information.
Dunedin cars meet at Leith Saddle.
Lambing?
Seek permission
19/6/1996. Pole Line – Swampy – Leith Saddle – Thomsons Farm. Medium+ Leaders: Barbara McC, Ria L, Denise

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Nov 16 1994

Flagstaff Forestry, Jim Freeman Track.

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16/11/1994. Flagstaff Forestry, Freeman Track. Medium+. Leaders: Jack R, Jack M, Ivan, Betty B.

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Sep 09 1993

Pine Hill, Mount Cargill round trip

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Click Mount Cargill history for background information
29/9/1993. Mount Cargill car park. Down Cowan Road. Round Mount Cargill, Organ Pipes. Medium. Leaders: Les W, Jack R, Ray, Ted.
12/5/1993. Pine Hill, Mount Cargill. Return North Easy Valley. Medium. Leaders: Ria L, Catherine, Peter and Penny.
4/9/1991 Pine Hill, Mount Cargill. A round trip. Average+. Leaders: Nel K, Ria L, Penny & Peter

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Apr 01 1992

From Old Mount Cargill Road Lookout

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1/4/1992. From old main north road Lookout, over paddocks to Port Chalmers. Returning via Grahams Bush. Leaders: Marie F, Denise

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Dec 06 1989

Maungatua Summit from Dam and Forestry Road

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6/12/1989 Maungatua Summit from Dam and forestry road. Average. Lovely alpine flowers. Bring cameras and binoculars. Leaders: Bob H, Hartmann, Dave & Jean

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Nov 22 1987

Lots Wife Rock, via Philip, Stoneburn, Dunback Rds.

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Lots Wife is a hill in Otago and is nearby to Little Hummock, Swampy Hill and Mount Royal.

101 km from car park. Directions; Palmerston, Dunback Rd, left on Stoneburn Road, Stoneburn, right on Philip Rd, Lots Wife Rock on right. 714 mtr. Travelling time: 1 hr 50 mins.

(Stoneburn is a lightly populated rural locality in the Otago region of New Zealands South Island.)

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Nov 22 1987

Maungatua summit via Forestry Road (data lacking)

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Data lacking

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Nov 22 1987

Durden Hill, Mt Baldy. Between Waikouaiti and Palmerston (data lacking)

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Data lacking

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Nov 22 1987

Dunback, Shag River (data lack)

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Data lacking

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Nov 23 1977

Quoin Cliff, Otago Peninsula

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Accessed from Pipikaretu Road. 1.20 ret. Tramping track – unbenched. Manager: DCC CAM and private land.

‘Access to Quoin Cliff continues to cause problems, as there is a sign on the gate “Access to Beach closed.” The sign is technically correct. However you may go through this gate to get to the cliff as you are not going to the beach!’ – Quoted from Antony Hamel’s writings.

“quoin” definition: 1. An exterior angle of a wall or other piece of masonry.
2. Any of the stones used in forming such an angle, often being of large size and dressed or arranged so as to form a decorative contrast with the adjoining walls.

 

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