Part of a network of tracks around Sugarloaf, Cedrics Track is on the city side of the circuit and will take you high up through tussock grasslands with great views over the city and Pegasus Bay.

people walking on Cedrics Track

Start: Dyers Pass Road near Sign of the Kiwi, Port Hills.

Finish: Bowenvale car park, Summit Road, Port Hills.

Distance: 1.3km.

Time: 35 minutes one way.

Dogs: Must be kept on a leash.

Description:

Starting at Dyers Pass, Cedrics Track initially follows the same route as Mitchells Track. At the junction where Mitchells Track turns away to the right, continue on Cedrics Track which climbs steadily uphill on the Plains side of Sugarloaf. 

Coss a stile and follow the track as it climbs to the large asphalt car park. Cross the car park to pick up the track again which traverses through open tussock grassland to eventually exit near the Bowenvale car park.

From this point you can create a loop by taking Mitchells track back to Sign of the Kiwi.