Te Tipi Stream overview 25m 6hrs/1.5hrs/4.5hrs ( Approach, Te Tipi descent, Rangihau gorge v4a4IV** descent) Publc access Te Tipi Stream is another of the headwater tributaries of the excellent Rangihau Gorge v4a4IV**. Te Tipi itself is not the pick of the entry routes to Rangihau, but is described here for completeness. Route description Rangihau Road…
2x60m ropes/7-13hrs/Public Access
The Full Rangihau Gorge, from source to road end. A really long day, but very well worth it.
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30m (1x30m, 1x50m)
Private access – see topo
Coroglen valley, Coromandel
Jumps, slides, pools and raps, a high quality day out in the upper north.
Classic of the area; steep to start, then watery to finish.
Not worth the effort. Go to Bulls Run instead!
This stream was descended when exploring ways to access the Rangihau Gorge. It had a few bits of canyoning, but wasn’t really worth it.
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Highest drop 40m 3-6hrs dependant on route. Public access A couple of beautiful and very easy to access waterfalls. Suitable for experienced absiellers who want to try a little canyoning. Thanks to Shannan Fraser A full description can be found in the Canyoning in NZ guidebook.