The Duder Regional Park Loop is one for all, a beautifully remote peninsula located near Auckland, New Zealand, it’s wild and rugged with plenty of space to roam.
Ready for family adventures of walking, wild swimming, and picnics, with plenty of picnic tables and beautiful seaside bays to lay a blanket around the headland.
A 6.5 km looped hike, its considered easy, with some climbing sections to reach the 86 m ridgeline that juts out into the Tamaki Strait offering fantastic views of the Hauraki Gulf.
The Duder Regional Park has parking and toilets at the trail head, with many walking trails around the headland, and is predominantly farmland and grass track, with a small area of native woodland, which means it’s mostly exposed so bring sun protection and prepare for inclement coastal weather.
Based on our data, the trail is graded as easy . For information on how we grade trails, please click here
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This trail can be completed in approx 2 – 4 hours. Caution is advised on trail times as this depends on multiple variables. For more info, click here