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Written by Lindy Laird, The Northern Advocate   
Saturday, 23 October 2010

ON TRACK: One of the views from the Mt Manaia track.

Sir Paul Reeves, the new patron of the Bream Head Conservation Trust, will attend the re-opening of a walking track as steeped in culture as it is natural values.

The Mt Manaia Track, which is listed in the AA's 101 regional "must dos", will be re-opened on Saturday. It has been closed to the public since December last year for the major upgrade by Department of Conservation.

A dawn ceremony at the base of the Mt Manaia track will include blessing five new poupou kohatu - concrete statues placed there to signify the importance of Mount Manaia in Maori history.

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