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Home Forums TRACKS & GPS North Island tracks map Castlerock Road

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  • #7368
    Eddieb
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    Castlerock Road is supposed to run from near the West end of The 309 Road right next to the Waterworks fun park up to Te Rerenga on SH25 via a public
    [See the full post at: Castlerock Road]

    #31175
    Daniel Fisher
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    Was going to check this out on my way past but came across this sign at the entrance way. A rahui has been placed on Castle Rock and “the area is closed to public access until further notice.” I’m not sure if that includes the easement or if such easement exists anymore.

    #31177
    Eddieb
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    @Daniel_Fisher said:

    Was going to check this out on my way past but came across this sign at the entrance way. A rahui has been placed on Castle Rock and “the area is closed to public access until further notice.” I’m not sure if that includes the easement or if such easement exists anymore.

    I found some info on It.

    http://www.theinformer.co.nz/feature/rahui-placed-on-motutere-castle-rock

    Ngati Huarere have implemented a r?hui (a restriction on entry) on their maunga, Motutere/Castle Rock (pictured), until further notice.

    Two people, Shannon Earle Makowharemahihi and Kimi Worrell, have both unfortunately lost their lives in the last three months while exploring Motuture. Kuaotunu Land Search and Rescue was involved in the extraction of both Shannon and Kimi’s bodies and Steve Hart, KSAR chairman, says Motutere has been a focal point for their searches in recent times. “In the last few years we have been called out to Motutere for four search and rescue operations,” he says.

    The closure of Motutere is effective immediately and the public are asked not to access the Motutere area.

    “As legal owners, we want to take time to discuss how we manage our maunga going forward,” says Wanda Brljevich, Ngati Huarere spokesperson.

    “This mountain is private property and notice is given that any unauthorised access will be considered as trespassing. Ngati Huarere does not accept any responsibility for anyone accessing the [area],” says Mrs Brljevich.

    #31979
    Alex
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    Confirmed that this is still closed as of this weekend.

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