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WineJourneys wrote a review Jan 2019
Wellington, New Zealand229 contributions49 helpful votes
Track is well maintained, and safe for children. At times the views are obscured by large trees, but the glimpse over farmland when accessible are attractive
Date of experience: January 2019
Elayne R wrote a review Feb 2017
Palmerston North, New Zealand14 contributions1 helpful vote
I am a photographer and day tripper, the Cliff Walk was open in 1911 by the then mayoress Maud Page.It is a scenic walk, with views overlooking the Makakahi River. It is an easy walk, suitable for all ages. I think one of the main things that make the walk stand out is the arch made by tree trunks growing above the pathway. Its not something you see everyday and well worth going to see because who knows, it may not be there forever …
Date of experience: August 2016
Jamon56 wrote a review Mar 2016
Nelson, New Zealand66 contributions14 helpful votes
An easy flat walk into the township from the motorcamp. Under shade most of the way and very pretty. Dramatic cliff off to one side offers views to the river and pastures pastures below.
Date of experience: March 2016
a_jambo wrote a review Mar 2016
Eketahuna, New Zealand28 contributions8 helpful votes
Pleasant enough walk but not many river views. Wandering off track (left side only otherwise you fall in the river from a great height) at various places you can find eg the old tennis courts.
Date of experience: February 2016
joken630 wrote a review Jan 2016
Ashburton, New Zealand263 contributions29 helpful votes
The cliff walk is a great way to walk into town. It's only a 10min brisk walk or longer if you walk at a more leisurely pace so no need to take the car. If you're not staying at the Eketahuna Motor Camp there is also an entrance off Stanley Street.
Date of experience: January 2016