Mount Eden is one of the must-visit places in Auckland. An extinct volcano, with amazing views. Take a taxi from the hotel, then climb up, not high, there are hiking trails, half-mountain and also good photos. This time, I thoroughly learned what is called a temperate maritime climate. It was just a sunny day, and now the rain is pouring down, but the rainbow is always visible. It is said to be seen almost every day. Mount Eden, an extinct volcano formed between 20,000 and 30,000 years ago and 196 meters high, is the highest volcano in Auckland's land of volcanic belt and one of Auckland's most important symbols. From here you can overlook the panoramic view of downtown Auckland and the two major harbors, as well as the remains of the crater. Figure 9 is the wilderness of me. There is a red-hot photo point, the foot is suspended in the air, and I have seen a lot of photos like this.