Waikato

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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Footpath, berms and walkway (Otorohanga)

General information on the footpath service provided in Otorohanga, which has 26km of hard surfaced footpaths.
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Otorohanga District Council
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Walking and cycling strategy questionnaire (Hauraki)

Questionnaire (Hauraki) - Document - Adobe PDF - Acrobat Reader
This questionnaire is part of a study by Opus International Consultants Ltd, aimed at developing a walking and cycling strategy for the Hauraki District Council
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Walking and cycling strategy (Hauraki)

How do you get more people walking and cycling in Hauraki District? This page links to area maps and a questionnaire for submissions to this strategy being developed through a study by Opus International Consultants Ltd
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Hauraki District Council,Opus International Consultants Ltd
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Clearing vegetation from footpaths and verges (Hamilton)

Illustrates the area of footpath and verges that need to be kept clear of overgrowth from trees, low shrubs, vines and hedges
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Hamilton City Council
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Safer routes project (Hamilton)

The aim of the Safer Routes project is to make travel in and around the project area safer for all vulnerable road users.
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Working on footpaths (Hamilton)

Safety information and guidelines for those involved in building, development and minor works.
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Hamilton City Council
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