Find out about tracks and walks in the greater Waikato region, including Pureora, Pirongia and the Waireinga/Bridal Veil Falls walk. For a full list go to A-Z of Waikato tracks and walks.
View the Family walks in the Waikato brochure (PDF, 2980K) and the Hakarimata Tracks brochure (PDF, 1954K).
The Waikato area, within the Waikato region, features a wide range of walks – from walking to the summit of Kakepuku Mountain to strolling through a kauri grove at Hakarimata Scenic Reserve.
From a walk to Ruakuri Natural Tunnel in Ruakuri Scenic Reserve, to the Bog Inn Tramping Track in Pureora Forest Park, the Waitomo/Pureora area features a wide array of tracks and walks.
An A-Z listing of all Waikato tracks and walks.
There are extensive walking and mountain biking opportunities on conservation land throughout New Zealand.
Discover the tracks and walks of the Auckland region, including Okura Bush and Goldie Bush walkways.
Find out about Cathedral Cove Walk, Coromandel Walkway, Kauaeranga Kauri Trail and other tracks and walks in the Coromandel region.
Read about Karangahake Gorge Historic Walkway, Tarawera Falls Track, and many other tracks and walks in the Bay of Plenty region.
Learn about the Taranaki's walks and tracks. You can take the loop track through Ratapihipihi Scenic Reserve or view the area's stunning coastline by walking the Whitecliffs Walkway.
Explore the tracks and walks of Manawatu/Whanganui, including the Whanganui Journey, one of New Zealand's Great Walks.
The Tongariro Northern Circuit Great Walk, along with the Tongariro Alpine Crossing and Mt Ruapehu Crater climb, are all popular walks in the Central North Island region.
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Check, Clean, Dry between waterways and stop the spread of didymo.
Follow the Outdoor Safety Code:1. Plan your trip2. Tell someone3. Be aware of the weather4. Know your limits5. Take sufficient supplies
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