Mangatini Falls, along the Charming Creek Walkway
Image: Baptiste Maryns ©

Introduction

Some of New Zealand’s finest tracks are set to become part of two new track networks (short walks and day walks).

Date:  07 September 2017

Tourism Minister Paula Bennett and Conservation Minister Maggie Barry have announced that some of New Zealand’s finest tracks are set to become part of two new track networks (short walks and day walks).

Read the full media release on the Beehive website

The new networks will be officially launched by DOC and Tourism New Zealand in October this year.

Short walks (30 minutes to 3 hours)

  • Mt Manaia, Northland
  • Mangawhai Cliff, Northland
  • Rangitoto Summit, Auckland
  • Cathedral Cove, Coromandel
  • Wainui Falls, Golden Bay
  • Charming Creek, West Coast
  • Cape Foulwind, West Coast
  • Devils Punchbowl, Arthur's Pass
  • Kura Tawhiti, Canterbury
  • Lake Matheson, West Coast
  • Fox Glacier, West Coast
  • Tasman Glacier View, Mt Cook
  • Blue Pools, Haast Pass
  • Lake Gunn, Fiordland

Day walks (4-6 hours)

  • Te Whara - Bream Head, Northland
  • Cape Kidnappers, Hawke's Bay
  • Tongariro Alpine Crossing, Ruapehu
  • Hooker Valley, Aoraki
  • Roys Peak, Wanaka

Contact

For media enquiries contact:

Lizzy Sutcliffe, DOC Communications Advisor
Mobile: +64 27 886 3507
Email: lsutcliffe@doc.govt.nz

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