tramping

Doc Information: Northland Tracks and Walkways

The walks available take in a variety of forest, coastal and hill country scenery. They vary in length and difficulty, and they cater for a wide range of ages or fitness. Northland is blessed with a wonderful coastline, which offers limitless scope for outdoor recreation. The eastern coast is usually more sheltered, with intricate rocky headlands, beaches, bays and peninsulas.
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DOC Information: Southland-Fiordland National Park

Fiordland National Park and other conservation areas nearby provide some of the best tramping opportunities in New Zealand.
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Walking and Cycling Guide (Waimakariri)

Discover Waimakariri's adventure playground A brochure detailing walking and cycling locations around the region.
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Walk and bike the Wakatipu

To view the wonders of the district, the Queenstown Lakes District Council maintains various walkways, allowing you to escape into paradise with the aid of a few well positioned signposts.
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Peninsula tracks - track classifications (Dunedin)

Defines track classifications and suitability for various tramping abilities.
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Dunedin City Council
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Lake Waikaremoana and the Te Urewera National Park (Wairoa District Council)

A network of long and short walking tracks provides access to scenic corners of this wilderness park and includes the internationally recognised 3 to 4 day hiking trail around the perimeter of Lake Waikaremoana.
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