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Footprints of Toi track

Kōhī Point overlook, Ngā Tapuwae o Toi Walkway @DOC / Neil Robert Hutton Kōhī Point overlook, Ngā Tapuwae o Toi Walkway @DOC / Neil Robert Hutton

Nga Tapuwae o Toi, or the ‘Footprints of Toi’, is a walking trail that captures the essence of the Whakatāne District. It includes pa sites of major historic significance, superb native forest, spectacular pohutukawa stands, unsurpassed coastal views, seabird colonies, forest birds in abundance, plantation forest and rural vistas. The track includes three major scenic reserves – Kohi Point Scenic Reserve, Ōhope Scenic Reserve and Mokorua Scenic Reserve. The walkway is accessible to most people, regardless of fitness level, because it can be undertaken in sections or as a 16-kilometre round trip. The total trip can be completed in five to seven hours. Information boards placed in strategic locations tell much more of the district’s natural and historic heritage.

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