Maps & Guides

Walking in the Wellington region

New maps for walkers Lower Hutt man Geoff Aitken has published two maps to encourage people to walk and tramp around Wellington, Kapiti and Wairarapa.
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Walking, running and hiking (Wgtn Region)

A walk in one of the regional parks and forests is a great way to explore the diverse landscapes of Greater Wellington.
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Akatarawa forest walking and tramping (Wellington Region)

Today there is an extensive network of tracks and old logging roads in the Akatarawa Forest. Many of the logging roads were formed over 60 years ago and may be overgrown.
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Papamoa Hills Cultural Heritage Regional Park (BOP)

The Bay of Plenty’s first regional park, the Papamoa Hills Cultural Heritage Regional Park, opened to the public in 2004 and is located near Te Puke. The 100ha park includes a 45 minute walk up to its summit, which offers sweeping views of the Bay of Plenty coastline.
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Tramping Information (Central Hawkes Bay)

With a backdrop of the bush-clad Ruahine Ranges, Central Hawke\'s Bay is well served with bush walks and tramping opportunities.
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Ranger Guided Discovery Walks (Auckland Region)

Groups are taken on an exciting journey to explore the many secrets of our parks - native bush, gentle pastures, rugged coastlines, rolling sand dunes, wildlife habitats, archaeological sites and historical homesteads.
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Walking and Tramping (Auckland Regional Council)

Outlines walks and tracks in the Auckland Regional Parks network.
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