We decided to risk the uncertain weather. As it turned out,
the track was relatively dry, and we encountered only a few
spots of rain.
left, to a bridge that leads onto steps and thence to Khouri Road.
From the top of Khouri Road, a pleasant (but steepish) bush-covered
access way then took us to Makara Road. A short walk up Makara
Road then took us to the start of the Skyline walkway.
the point where the track forked, to the water tank and Montgomery
Avenue play area. From there we walked, via steps at the end of
Caldwell Street, to the vicinity of the Scout Hall on Karori Park.
Peak, on the right across to Karori, and to a valley and hill on the
other side. The hillside drops off sharply to the left, down into an
area, with very little evidence of human habitation, that is labeled
with food and pleasant conversation.
which it will be interesting to explore at some future time. Several of us
are keen, at some point in the summer, to explore the further extent of
the Skyline track through to Johnsonville.
John and Winifred Maindonald, and Janet Robinson