-6 Maps & guides

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<li>Maps, guides and pamphlets covering specific walks, arranged by area</li><li>Urban walking maps</li><li>Guides to parks, waterfront areas, forests and other outdoor areas normally experienced by walking</li></ul>
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Round About Haast

Round About Haast offers a unique insight into the character, local history and folklore of The Haast, which is the centrepiece of "The South West" New Zealand World Heritage Area. Experience the remoteness of the Haast with our West Coast tours in New Zealand, specialising in nature tours around the West Coast.
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Otago: Heritage Trails, Walks & Drives

Describes brochures detailing heritage trails and other walks or self-drives which are available form visitor information centres (i-sites), transport terminals and the Historic Places Trust's Dunedin office.
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Canterbury-West Coast Heritage Trails & Self-guided Walks

Describes a number of heritage walks and trails in the Canterbury West Coast region.
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New Zealand Historic Places Trust
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Exploring New Zealand's Parks (DOC)

This brochure provides an overview of our network of parks and reserves, recreation opportunities and visitor and information centre contact details.
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National Parks (DOC)

Web page. New Zealand has 14 national parks and more than nine million hectares - a third of New Zealand - protected in parks and reserves.
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Crimson Trails

Project Crimson
Crimson Trails - Web page
Our 'Crimson Trails' highlight 'the best and the most beautiful' of the wonderful walks, hikes, and drives throughout New Zealand which lead locals and visitors to some of the most stunning pohutukawa and rata specimen and stands in their region.
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