A short side track from the intersection with the Oruawharo River Trail leads out to Ti Tree Point. This is a multi-use walking and mountain biking track. It provides great views of the Oweka Tapu Pou and Solomon’s Bay and on the other side you can see Atiu Creek inlet. The Atiu Creek Regional Park opening plaque can be found here. Follow the black markers.
Ti Tree Point Trail (Walking) details
What to expect
Walking tracks should be suitable for people with reasonable fitness levels.
Walking tracks will:
Have easy to moderate grades with mostly compacted and drained surfaces.
Be well sign-posted with directional signs at track entrances and junctions and have safety signs where required.
Walking tracks may:
Have steps on excessively steep areas.
Have timber boardwalks and bridges over permanent wet areas and waterways.
Have seats and maintained views at areas of interest.
Theft from vehicles is not common but unfortunately can happen.
You should take the same reasonable precautions you take when parking at other locations and remember to lock your vehicle and take your valuables with you.