McNally Track

Walking Trail
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Milton

Walking:
2 hrs 15 mins, medium difficulty

About the trail
5.2 km loop, return.
he walkway is named after the late Tom McNally, a long-serving Milton policeman. It crosses rolling pasture that is particularly pleasing to the eye during summer, when many wild flowers are in bloom.


Dog friendly: No

The McNally Walkway is an open country hike that begins on the outskirts of Milton township and climbs to the crest of a nearby hilltop, 318 metres above sea level.

The walkway is named after the late Tom McNally, a long-serving Milton policeman. It crosses rolling pasture that is particularly pleasing to the eye during summer, when many wild flowers are in bloom. A plane table on the crest of the hill identifies many of the surrounding visible features.

The track forks in some sections, offering alternative side tracks for those who want to explore further.

How to get here

The walkway is located near the cemetery on Cemetery Road, on the outskirts of the town of Milton.

Source: Walking Access Commission Ara HÄ«koi Aotearoa