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Meola Reef Te Tokoroa

Meola Reef Te Tokaroa

The exact same trip as our "Ridge and Reef" tour, except you get to see more and do more wiht the addition of an overnight stay in luxury Glamping tents under the stars. We will have mnore time to tell you more stories, we have more time to take the pace a bit slower and observe more of the world. There are also water courses, fresh water reservoires and other exciting information for you to delve into on this extended tour.

 

Combine our Meola Reef walk, with the Volcanic source walk and make it an overnight adventure. Take more time to learn about Meola Reef, sleep under the stars and do something different in the city.

Auckland’s longest lava flow (11km) from Te Kōpuke / Mt St. John volcano since 28,500-years covers 14 hectares with its two kilometer long tidal tongue basalt reef in the Waitematā Harbour

 

Ages 10+

 

Meet at Te Kōpuke / Mt St. John; the highest point. See location map below. Confused? Half of the mystery and excitement is finding the SNM team up the top; it is not that hard; we can always ring each other!

 

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Itineraries

Start

Meet at Te Kōpuke / Mt St. John; the highest point.

Meet the SNM Meola Reef team, enjoy panoramic views.

Tour

Walk to the Reef

Use your dead reckoning and spatial awareness to find the path to the sea.

Sleepover

Luxury Glamping tents under the stars

Stop roughly halfway, sleep in glamping tents that are already set up and furnished for you.

Reef

Explore the reef

Arrive at the Meola Reef Reserve, continue onto and through the reef, look back to where yo came, enjoy the rewards.

The Meola Reef walk is an urban city outdoor adventure. It explores an old lava reef, only navigable during low-tide. One sees the city from a different persepctive and feels like they are in the wilderness.

It is therapeutic, insightful and empowering! Another hidden gem by SNM; an outdoor experience close to home. Learn about all kinds of flora and fauna. Get off the beaten path, away from the crowds and embrace your inner explorer.

We select the best staff for the job based on their skills, knolwedge and experiences. They will be an SNM staff member or we will bring in support from equally competent contractors. Sometimes we also bring in (semi)celebrity guests!

This changes depending on what we do and where we go, but generic items are:

Clothing

  • Thermal bottom leggings (polypropylene),
  • Shorts
  • Pants
  • Swimwear
  • Socks
  • Thin merino shirt / thermal (polypropylene) shirt x 2
  • Fleece jumper x1
  • Woolen jumper x1
  • Insulation jumper x1 (fleece, down, synthetic)
  • Wind and Rain-proof Jacket
  • Sunhat
  • Warm beanie
  • Neck warmer / scarf
  • Warm gloves
  • Wind and Waterproof Jacket
  • Wind and Waterproof Pants

Equipment

  • Jandals
  • Closed-toe footwear
  • Sunglasses
  • Toiletries
  • Personal medication
  • Water bottle,
  • Head torch,
  • Watch
  • Binoculars
  • Walking poles
  • Day pack / mission bag
  • Waterproof pack liner
  • Pack rain cover
  • Backpack to put all of the above in

All of the above is available to rent / hire or buy

Includes:

One staff

Staff carry:

First Aid Kit
Personal Locator Beacon (PLB)
Emergency shelter
Repair kit

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