West Coast Wanders
Contact - Andrew Wright - Phone NZ 021-2539823 - Email email@example.com
This walk departs from the Greymouth Railway Station at 1pm each day. Pre-booking is essential to guarantee that a guide will be available. Begin by walking from the Railway Station to the foot of the King Domain track. Here you begin a rather steep zig-zagging climb up the King Domain hillside and quarry, being one side of the range that forms the gap separating Greymouth from the Grey Valley. Enjoy excellent panoramic views of Greymouth, Cobden, the Grey Valley and the Tasman Sea. Total time 150 minutes including the return to the Railway Station.
The climb up the King Domain is a moderate length but steep you will be walking for about 90 minutes with stories and commentary to break the strain. You will need good walking shoes and can expect muddy patches at some points. There are some twists and turns where the track is over-run with tree roots which with the gradient mean a reasonable level of fitness and agility is required.
Be aware that as we climb the temperature can drop and rain can arrive quite quickly. Please dress appropriately for the expected conditions.
All tours include commentary and stories by professional storytellers.