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This was a stunning tramp with the most amazing views and a variety of different scenery from beautiful coastal scenes to gorgeous valleys of native bush with waterfalls.There was plenty of wildlife too, such as little Blue Penguins (we were lucky), baby seals (lucky again) and sea birds. Some of the clifftop walking was a bit tricky you have to take your time and watch your feet. I was very glad I had my pack carried on the first and last days. This allowed energy and time to visit all the side tracks which are all worthwhile doing if you can. Doing the track in two days would be a real shame as you would not have time to really appreciate everything it has to offer. Accommodation was quirky and comfortable.  The whole experience exceeded my expectations by far. I will definitely do it again.

KAREN PARKER  Apr 2017 (Bookit)

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Great time doing the Banks Track. Good company and facilities. Thanks

JANET HUDDLESTON Feb 2017(Purple Peak Shelter Comments Book)

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We had the most wonderful time! It’s a varied and beautiful landscape and the informative booklet we were given enhanced our experience of it. It’s a more supported and relaxed experience than the DOC great walks – less of a ‘pioneer’ sense of pride at the conclusion as a result. We loved the tiny shop! And feasted on the good food they sold. This walk is something special. 

JOANNE MOSES  – Jan 2017 (Bookit)

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Thank you Banks Track and Hinewai Reserve management for providing access to this wonderful part of your beautiful country. Love the sod roof on this shelter … and all the other quirky architecture along the track.

 KERRIE and DAVID – Tasmania – Apr 2016 (Purple Peak Shelter Comments Book)

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How amazing – exhilirating -joyous – hard – fun -full of laughter. Thanks to the many amazing people who share this resource with us. Ka Kite Ano.

SALLY and SANDY – NZ – Oct 2015 (Purple Peak Shelter Comments Book)