Mont Duff, Mangareva

#219 of 238 in Outdoors in French Polynesia
Mount Duff, also called Auorotini in the Mangarevan language, is the highest peak on the island of Mangareva in the Gambier Islands, French Polynesia. It has an elevation of 441 m.
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  • My wife and I tried to do the Mt. Duff hike. It was a beautiful day. I am sure the view from the top would have been spectacular. We were able to make it just past the split for the two peaks, about a...  more »
  • The climb will take you between 1: 00 and 1:30 according to your requirement. It's pretty easy at the start in the slot wood, then a steeper portion in the middle. The end is pretty much well. The view from the top is great. View all rikitea and even on the islets autour. Go to be too far away (Gambier). The other, mount Mokoto, must be just as nice, but I did have the opportunity to do so. PS: we did it with a 11 month old with a baby carrier, it is done well.
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