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The 77, 348 hectare Kaimanawa Forest Park is made up of four mountain ranges with a number of large river systems which travel through the valleys of these monumental mountains. The ranges are composed of uplifted fractured greywacke formed 300 – 145 million years ago. Volcanic material from numerous Taupō eruptions have coated some of the mountainous terrain and make up the base of most of the park’s soils. This soil has been a perfect for establishing a variety of beech tree, rimu, miro and matai trees which are rich in native bird life. This feat millions of years in the making has created a stunning landscape for those seeking a truly spectacular adventure.
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