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Living Streets North Shore is the walking action branch of Liviing Streets Aotearoa working in the area previously covered by North Shore City. Like Living Streets North Shore on Facebook.
Walk2Work Day 2013 - Mark your diary for 13 March 2013. Join us and be part of the action. Watch this space for events promoting walking to work during March.
Living Streets North Shore holds monthly meetings on the third Thursday of the month (subject to change on occasion).
at The Coffee Club, cnr Lake Rd & The Strand, Takapuna, 5.30 - 6.30 pm
Living Streets North Shore makes submissions on city plans which may impact on those choosing to walk for transport or recreation on the North Shore. See how to have your say on Auckland Council and Local Board plans. Go to the Auckland Council - Have your say webpage.
Local information - Walking Maps and Walking Groups
NEW - Explore the Shore waking route booklets - Volume 3 now available
The Explore the Shore walks have been developed by Margaret Scrymgeour, who has been involved in walking activities on the North Shore for the past 30 years. These walks, "road" tested by Margaret and her family and friends, are now published in three booklets, with assistance from Albany Newcomers Network (digital layout), and Albany CoCo Inc. These booklets are available at local tourist information centres and libraries, while stocks last, and online.
Volume 1: Albany & Greenhithe area walks Download Albany & Greenhithe booklet (PDF, 1.5MB)
Volume 2: Bays to Devonport area walks Download Bays to Devonport booklet (PDF, 2.4MB)
Volume 3: Kaipatiki area walks (on the Shore, west of the Northern motorway) Download Kaipatiki booklet (PDF, 8.0MB)
Auckland Transport's Walking & Footpaths page has maps and other information about walking throughout Auckland.
The North Shore has two major walking routes. You can walk part of these routes to get from A to B or for a leisurely stroll. Tackling the full Coastal Route (23km) requires some planning for tidal conditions and the ability to walk over uneven terrain.
Harbour Sport maintains a list of local walking groups.
Descriptions of walks, with maps, developed by one of our members over many years, are also hosted by Harbour Sport.
Scroll down the page to find the walking maps.
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