trails & tracks

Evaluation of People Counters

Extracts from National Trail People Counter Evaluation Report
Evaluation of People Counters - Document - Adobe PDF
Use of automatic people counters in the UK is limited to a few authorities and organisations. They are not routinely used by rights of way sections, or countryside managers. It is estimated that the number of individual counters currently installed in the UK is around 2500.
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DOC Information: Otago walkways

This site lists maps and guides to the various tracks and walkways in Otago.
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DOC Information: Arthur's Pass National Park

Arthur’s Pass National Park is in the heart of the Southern Alps/Kā Tiritiri o te Moana. Its high mountains with large scree slopes, steep gorges and wide braided rivers, straddles the main divide – the ‘back bone’ of the South Island – between Canterbury and the West Coast.
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DOC Information: Ahuriri Conservarion Park

This site offers maps and guides to several tracks in the Ahuriri Conservation Park.
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DOC Information: Aoraki/Mt Cook National Park

The purpose of this 70,111-hectare park is to preserve a magnificent and unique mountain area in its natural state for the benefit and enjoyment of all people. It encompasses 65 km of the Southern Alps and the longest glacier in New Zealand.
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DOC Information: Craigieburn Conservation Park

Craigieburn Conservation Park extends from the Waimakariri River to the Wilberforce River - with braided rivers, beech valleys, tussock grasslands, alpine screes and rugged mountain peaks over 2300 metres high. The historic West Harper Hut, Craigieburn Conservati
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DOC Information: Korowai/Torlesse Tussocklands Park

Korowai/Torlesse Tussocklands Park covers approximately 21,000 hectares centred on the Torlesse and Big Ben Ranges, in Canterbury’s high country.
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DOC Information: Lake Sumner Conservation Park

Remote high country lakes, beech-clad mountains, wide rivers and hot springs complete this picturesque landscape, a tramper’s mecca and a safe haven for endangered species. This site contains information on several tracks and walks in the Lake Sumner park.
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