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The route has been upgraded to protect the kauri trees from dieback disease and features formed gravel tracks and boardwalks, making it accessible for moderate fitness levels. As you make your way towards the falls, be sure to follow instructions, stay on the tracks and boardwalks, and avoid stream crossings after heavy rain.
Remember that mobile reception can be unreliable, so be sure to take a photo of the map at the start of the path. You may also want to bring a walking stick for extra support and pack a picnic and your camera for a memorable day of discovery at the magical Kitekite Falls. Respect the area and enjoy your adventure!
Location Te wāhi
PihaPlan your route
Getting there Te huarahi ki reira
Starts your walk at 105 Glen Esk Road, Piha.
Local tip He tīwhiri mō te rohe
Make sure you take a refreshing dip in one of the cascade pools.