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Maps of parks in Upper Hutt

This map features 53 parks with links to detailed information on some of them.
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Upper Hutt City Council
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Devon city council: public rights of way

devon.gov.uk A website for the Highway Authority for Devon, the County Council, which is responsible for 3,200 miles (4,960km) of public rights of way. Use this site to find out more about where to walk and ride in Devon.
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Walking school bus route maps (North Shore)

This page links to route maps for each individual participating school in the North Shore programme.
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North Shore City Council
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Maps - draft Manawatu active transport strategy

Maps from the appendix section of the Manawatu Active Transport Strategy, showing existing facilities for pedestrians and cyclists and possible new facility locations.
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Short walks and picnic spots on the Kapiti Coast

Map and description of activities and access at various walkways and reserves
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Map of Hutt City tracks and trails

This map shows the location and images of tracks and trails in the Hutt City area.
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Map of dog exercise areas (Hutt City)

A map showing designated dog exercise areas within the Hutt City Council boundaries.
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Sustainable Wellington resource index

A possible format example for the walking resources database
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Wellington City Council
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