Whangawehi August 2022 update

A visit was carried ou at the end of August 2022. Most of the remedial work done in June has worked and has prevented further degradations. However, several new slips have occurred and will need to be cleared by a digger when ground conditions are favourable. Several socks have been added to critical culverts which should reduce the amount of erosion generated during heavy rain events.

Malcolm Westerlund established in July 2022 3000 native trees at the entrance of the walkway. These trees look magnificent. We hope that they will handle the summer well as it is a very exposed site.

Several seats have been concreted in and will offer a nice rest to our visitors soon.

We are now waiting for the track building company to return and finish the gravelling work when the weather fines up.

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