A short steep walk to a very old Kauri with an interesting square shape.
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The 15th largest kauri on the Peninsula is found just west of the Tapu-Coroglen road summit. Estimated to be 1200 years old, this tree has an unusual square-looking shape. The walking track to the tree is short but steep; from the viewing area visitors get good vistas across to Maumaupaki (Camels Back) on the main Coromandel Range. Time: 20 minutes return. Tip: The track is metal and has 187 steps

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