Ignimbrite cliffs near the road between Lake Karāpiro and the settlements of Piarere and Hinuera mark the course of the Waikato River 20,000 years ago. The creamy-yellow rock is mined and sold as Hinuera stone, a building material.
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Photograph by Pam Gore
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