The Harry Ell track was named after naturalist and visionary, Harry Ell, without whom we would not have so many amazing public reserves in the Port Hills.
|Start||Sign of the Takahe|
|Finish||Sign of the Kiwi|
|Time||45 minutes one way|
|Toilets||Located at Victoria Park and Sign of the Kiwi|
|Dogs||Must be kept on a leash|
There are a number of entry points on the track from Dyers Pass Road and from Victoria Park.
From Sign of the Takahe, head up the well-maintained track and gradually climb through a mixture of native and exotic woodland before emerging on Summit Road.
Sign of the Kiwi is only about 100m from this point.