ECHO Walking Festival

Echo Save the Dates 2023

Echo Walking Festival DATES 2023 1st - 16th April 2023  

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2022 - Festival Summary

Echo is now in its 19th year of connecting hills and oceans. This year’s festival featured: 29 walks 572 registered participants 5 areas connecting hills and oceans 98 entries in the photo competition 81% women and 19% Men registered 820...

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Photo Competition 2022 Words

Sandi – People’s Choice winner – ‘I thoroughly enjoyed the festival so thanks to all of the committee for all the hard work it took to run such a great event’.Phillipa – 1st winner – ‘I am absolutely thrilled you...

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Walkers Words 2022

Dalys Clearing Hut Loop and Mount Karangahake Summit Walk What a fab couple of days. Really enjoyed meeting you and what a terrific job you have done with organising the event so efficiently. Well done. Maureen

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December 2021 Newsletter

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2021 - Another great festival

Echo is now in its 18th year of connecting hills and oceans. This year’s festival featured 21 Walks with 275 registered participants.

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Walkers Words 2021

Waihi Cemetery Tour Our Tour guide was stopped in the street and thanked for our work in putting it all together. The added comment was that the Echo Walk programme isn’t possible for everyone and that the Cemetery walk allowed the...

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Walker's Words 2020

I love to hike and through this I get to witness the most beautiful landscapes & scenery that makes NZ one of the most stunning countries in the world. By sharing my photos I hope I can inspire others to...

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2019 - Another great festival!

Echo is now in its 16th year of connecting hills and oceans. This year’s festival featured 28 Walks with 429 registered participants.

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Educational Cemetery Walk

Everyone enjoyed this 2018 walk and learnt a lot about the 1918 flu epidemic and how it affected Waihi.

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