We "climbed" Terevaka in August - Winter on Rapa Nui. Still needed hats for shade, and lots of water. This will take about 3 and 1/2 to 4 hours if you walk briskly and don't stop for a lot of breaks/photos.
The views on the gentle long climb up are beautiful - if coming from the area of the sheep farm/banana plantation, remember to look backwards toward Rano Raraku crater and Poike.
At the top, if there aren't too many clouds, you get an essentially 360 degree view of the island and the surrounding Pacific. There is a small pile of rocks/bones to mark the pinnacle, not much to see at the top itself.
We went down by the path that goes towards Hanga Roa, and actually stops at Ahu Akivi (the Seven)
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