East Manuherikia Track – Little Omarama Saddle

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Forums Forums Tracks & GPS South Island tracks map Little Omarama Saddle – East Manuherikia Track

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    Eddieb
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    • Location: Hamilton
    • Bike: Suzuki DR650 ADV
    • Rank: 1200cc Rider

    The track that takes you over the Little Omarama Saddle is actually called East Manuherikia Track. The North End of the track is South of Omarama and
    [See the full post and comment at: Little Omarama Saddle – East Manuherikia Track]

    #15136

    live
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    Hi this ride info from one of our adventure riders regarding river level. note this was for the west rack.
    “Pick your timing, did it this weekend and the water was high and swift. My shorter friends had to walk their bikes over to not get pushed over (after their bikes took a drink) . West track.”

    These links are for river levels in the general area the are a wee way down stream but should give a good indication of river levels
    http://water.orc.govt.nz/WaterInfo/Site.aspx?s=ManuherikiaOphir
    Or for indication in the area.
    http://water.orc.govt.nz/WaterInfo/Site.aspx?s=Beattie

    On the day of the ride report the Manuherikia-Ophir was between 30 and 34 cumecs.
    The Flow at Dunstan Creek at Beattie Road was between 5.5 & 6.5 cumecs.

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