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11 St Arnaud
This walk leads along a wide and well graded track through a diverse remnant of beech and tall podocarp forest rich in bird life, then zigzags up to a picturesque mossy waterfall.
The track starts 400 m west along Braeburn Road from the Gowan River Bridge. Initially the track follows the remains of a road constructed in the 1950s during the hydro-electric investigations. Flanking the flat section at the beginning of the walk is a grove of distinctive fuchsia trees forming a natural avenue.
South Island ▷ Nelson Region ▷ St Arnaud
If you're after a mindful walk in a magical forest this one is for you. We went there early in the morning on a sunny day. Candy for your mind.
Short easy walk.
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Nice walk, well maintained, very natural, leads of a nice waterfall, takes about 2 hours return.