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DOC Information: Tracks in the Waikato Region

A detailed list and accompanying maps for the various tracks in the Waikato-Coromandel peninsula
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Visitor guide (Waikato district)

An introduction to attractions in the Waikato district with links to maps and more detailed information on individual areas.
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Waikato District Council
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Visitor information (Ngaruawahia)

An introduction to attractions and activities of interest in and around Ngaruawahia.
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Waikato District Council
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Te Waihou walkway and spring

The walkway is a distance of 4.7 kilometres, with an average walking time of 1½ hours (3 hours return). The terrain varies from easy walking to backcountry trekking with stile crossing.
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Parks and reserves (Otorohanga)

Brief information on the parks and reserves in Otorohanga and the facilities and activities at each.
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Otorohanga District Council
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Walkways brochure promoting health and fun (Hamilton)

News release Mike Hodges, Hamilton City Council's recreation planner, says the brochure is designed to help Hamiltonians and visitors enjoy the walkways and get fit doing so. "There is a lot of information in the brochure from maps and the attractions you can expect, to difficulty ratings for those more serious about walking for fitness.
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Hamilton walkway and cycleway map

WalkwaysMap.pdf - Document - Adobe PDF - Acrobat Reader
Map illustrating the walkways and cycleways in Hamilton.The map is divided into sectors which link to more detailed maps.
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