There are extensive walking and mountain biking opportunities on conservation land including the Great Walks.
Learn about Northland's tracks and walks including Cape Brett Track in the Bay of Islands and the Waipu Caves Walk in the Whangarei area.
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.
Find out about tracks and walks in the Waikato region, including Pureora walking tracks, Pirongia walking tracks and the Waireinga/Bridal Veil Falls walk.
Read about Karangahake Gorge Historic Walkway, Tarawera Falls Track, and many other tracks and walks in the Bay of Plenty region.
The East Coast region offers a variety of tracks and walks including the Lake Waikaremoana Track, 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.
Learn about tracks and walks in the Taranaki region. Popular tracks include the Mount Taranaki Summit Track and the Around the Mountain Circuit.
Explore the tracks and walks of Manawatu/Whanganui, including the Whanganui Journey, one of New Zealand's Great Walks.
Discover the tracks and walks of the Hawke's Bay, including the Makahu Road track to Mangatainoka Hot Springs and Kaweka Road walks and tramping tracks.
Wairarapa walks include the Rimutaka Rail Trail and the classic walks Mt Holdsworth–Jumbo Circuit and Holdsworth–Kaitoke.
Tracks and walks in the Wellington/Kapiti region include the popular Orongorongo Track and the classic Tararua Northern Crossing and Tararua Southern Crossing.
There are walking tracks on four reserves on the main Chatham Island: Henga, Nikau Bush, J.M. Barker (Hapupu) and Ocean Mail.
The Nelson/Tasman region offers visitors an array of walking and tramping experiences, including two of New Zealand's Great Walks – the Abel Tasman Coast Track and the Heaphy Track.
Explore some of the walks and tracks found in the Marlborough region, including the Queen Charlotte Track, Molesworth Station tramping tracks and the Kaikoura Peninsula Walkway.
Walks in the West Coast region include Punakaiki Pancake Rocks & Blowholes Walk, Fox Glacier Te Moeka o Tuawe Valley Walk, Franz Josef Glacier Walk and New Zealand's longest Great Walk, the Heaphy Track.
Walking tracks from Aoraki Mount Cook Village, Arthur's Pass day walks, the Mueller Hut Route and many other tracks and walks in the Canterbury region.
Discover the tracks and walks of the Otago region including the Otago Central Rail Trail, the Rees-Dart Track and Greenstone & Caples tracks.
Explore Fiordland's tracks and walks, including the Kepler, Milford and Routeburn Great Walks.
Explore the many tracks and walks in the Southland region, including the Rakiura Track Great Walk.
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