Blue Springs on the North Island of New Zealand, unique landscape
saw many springs around the world, but never seen the blue springs like the North Island of New Zealand. It is located 9 kilometers east of Tilau, a google map on a famous "map" blue spring. In fact, I want to say that New Zealand has no concept of attractions, the scenery is very good everywhere, and there is no place where there is a crowd of people. Not to mention that most of the places are natural, and there are very few tickets to buy.
blue sping is a non-wide river. There is a trail along this river. The trail is not short. It takes 2-3 hours to walk through. It takes about half an hour to walk from the nearest parking lot to the most beautiful place.
What is special about it here?
The entrance to the trail is an ordinary mountain road, bypassing a mountain, and we hear the sound of water. The water I saw at this time was only a little clearer than the usual river water. The afternoon sun was very full, and the bottom of the water could be seen at a glance, as if the water was not very deep. Continue to go inside, the trail began to squat close to the water, the light in the canyon was darker, and the more clearly it was seen.
Our hand is a very beautiful and pure stream, all from the spring water of the Mamaku Plateau. The water here is very good, and nearly 70% of the bottled mineral water in New Zealand comes from this place.
Blue Spring is New Zealand's largest source of pure water. He is the source of more than 70% of the canned water in New Zealand. It is approximately 100 km from Auckland. The water flow from the blue springs is up to 42 cubic meters per minute, and it can fill a 6-lane 25-meter swimming pool in 12 minutes. The water temperature is maintained at around 11 °C throughout the year. Blue Spring's trails are 4.7km in total, and can be completed in about 1 hour and 30 minutes. It is relatively simple, but there are some steep places and steps.