Mount Eden's best things in the world are free, such as loved ones, friends, sunsets and dogs. Mount Eden, about 15 minutes'drive from Auckland City, is a good place to run in the morning and walk in the evening. In addition to a small number of tourists, there are many local Kiwi accompanied by dogs up the hill to watch the sunset. The journey up the hill was easy and short, with a panoramic view of Auckland, a spectacular crater and a distant sunset at the top. I spent a kiwi-style day in the lazy sunshine on the lawn. Tips: It's windy on the mountain. Prepare windproof clothes in advance.
Bye! The North Island of New Zealand, which we have forgotten to return to! In just four days, we completed a tour of a mountain (Eden Hill), a port (Devon Port), a garden (Hamilton Garden), a hole (fluorescent hole), a village (Hobbit Village), a hot spring (Rotorua Hot Spring), a forest (mangrove), a river (Waikato River), a pasture on the North Island. The purity and beauty of each place are deeply in our memory. It will be an unforgettable memory forever.
Fig. 1 is MT Eden in the past. Fig. 2 is at the foot of the mountain. Fig. 3 is fisheye view of Auckland. Fig. 4 is the top of the mountain. Fig. 5 shows the distance from the rest of the world. Fig. 5 shows the Chinese beauty casually. Fig. 6 is a big tree outside the crater. Fig. 6 is the sky tower. Fig. 7 is the crater. 8 is my shadow. There's an ice-cream seller on the hillside of PS. It's delicious.
Mount Eden, located about five kilometers south of Auckland, New Zealand, is one of the most important symbols of Auckland. Mount Eden is an extinct volcano. It was formed 20-30,000 years ago. It is the highest volcano in the Oakland continental volcanic belt. It is 196 meters high. The conical crater is at the foot of the top of the mountain. There are always herbivorous cattle at the bottom of the crater. From here you can overlook the city of Auckland. The towering modern buildings and the green pastoral scenery in the city reflect each other.
Mount Eden is one of the most important symbols of Auckland. It is located about 5 kilometers south of the center of Auckland. It is a famous extinct volcano. It was formed 20-30,000 years ago. It is the highest volcano in Auckland's continental volcanic belt, with a height of 196 meters. The conical crater is at the foot of the top of the mountain, like a deep pot. The scenery here is beautiful, and you can also see the city of Auckland far away. A metal disc on the top of the hill is engraved with the distance from some cities in the world, Beijing, China, 10407 kilometers away. It's estimated that there are quite a few Chinese tourists. Beijing and its neighboring Moscow are shining.
Mount Eden, south of Auckland, New Zealand, is the crater of an extinct volcano. At 196 meters above sea level, standing on the top of the mountain can give you a good view of the city and the sea nearby. The top of the hill has an observation platform with a wide view, which is a good place to overlook the city. In the past, what the Maori called the "Pa" fortress was also located here. Looking down from the observatory, we saw an inverted conical crater. In addition, you can visit the remains of the Maori fortress in the 12th century, which is a beautiful dregs.
A scenic spot worth visiting in Auckland overlooks Auckland. Buses can reach the foot of the mountain and climb up slowly. There is a volcanic crater. It's very beautiful. The weather is good when we go there. Some people are putting UAVs on it. It's also very interesting.
Oakland is one of the most worthwhile scenic spots to visit. The mountains are not very high. The center is a loophole. It is covered with green grass. The whole city of Oakland is overlooked from all sides. Oakland is very clear and far because of its clear weather.
Having visited too many tall towers in other cities, this time for a change, it is a worthwhile trip to overlook the whole city instead of the Sky Tower. Next time I have a chance to see the night scene here. That big crater added a lot of points to this scenic spot. Photographs are not enough to show the magnificence of the crater. Only when you are there can you imagine its eruption.