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The Waikaremoana Great Walk has re-opened after heavy snow forced its closure last month. The Te Urewera Board announced the re-opening on Friday and said it was "looking forward to the return of friends of Te Urewera once again." Earlier in July an unexpected heavy snow dumping at Waikaremoana caused the temporary closure to the Waikaremoana Great Walk until safter passage could be assured. 

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The Great Walk re-opened for use
4 August 2015

The Waikaremoana Great Walk has re-opened after heavy snow forced its closure last month. The Te Urewera Board announced the re-opening on Friday and said it was "looking forward to the return of friends of Te Urewera once again." Earlier in July an unexpected heavy snow dumping at Waikaremoana caused the temporary closure to the Waikaremoana Great Walk until safter passage could be assured. 

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