Port Hills Overview
The Port Hills, so-called since they sit between the city of Christchurch and its port at Lyttelton, is a set of hills in Canterbury, New Zealand. They are an eroded fragment of a volcano called Lyttelton that formed thousands of years ago making it a popular Christchurch tourist attraction.

The Port Hills (Te Poho-o-Tamatea) are popularly known for their ecological, geological, and aesthetic qualities. Their geological characteristics are also of national and foreign interest.


- Take a trip along the Summit Road.
- It offers various recreational activities like walking, tramping, running, mountain biking, and rock climbing.
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