Tramping or Hiking and Trail Running in Auckland, NZ

Nikau Walk to Tahuanui Track to Tirohanga Track to Pahautea Hut to Bell Track loop in Pirongia
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This is a private tramping or hiking and trail running blog. In New Zealand, Tramping means Hiking! All tramping tracks or trail running tracks listed in this website were walked or run and recorded by Derek. The “Total Time” in each post was the time we walked at that time circumstances. You may take longer or quicker. Schedule your time according to your pace! The purpose of this blog is to give some ideas and reference to people who need a complete day walk plan without doing unknown explore.

Note: This blog is just for fun. Always give priority to DOC information or information from local information centre! English is not my mother language, so just LOL if you read any funny sentences…徒步新西兰

Find a tramping or hiking track by map

How to use this Trek Finder to find out a tramping track you are interested in? Zoom in the map until pins become distinguishable. Move mouse to one pin, then click the hiking track name that links you to that tramping track page.

You also can find a hiking track by using “All Tracks List” and “All Track by Areas” and “All Tracks by Difficulty Rating” menu.

This website is 100% compatible with Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome, and mobile accessible! Please do not copy or download any content of this website without permission! Social link share is welcomed.

Take nothing but pictures! Leave nothing but footsteps! Wash your hiking boots and Poles after each hiking before you walk another track in New Zealand! Please read the New Zealand Environmental Care Code if you tramp or hike in New Zealand. Always treat New Zealand’s forests, streams, lakes and birds with care and respect. They are unique and often rare! Thank you!

Important: Kauri Dieback

您爱护新西兰脆弱的自然环境!走在规定的步道上。

了照片什么都不要带走!除了您的脚印什么都不要留下!

步时凡是在步道口(或偶尔在步道中)遇到有喷药刷鞋设施时,无论我们是要进入步道还是走出步道,都要向鞋底和登山杖头部喷药,以免不同山林区域之间的细菌交叉传染!

新西兰的很多步道和设施是由许多当地的志愿者牺牲了周末休息时间无偿建设和维护的。我们可以在徒步结束后在当地或者附近的小镇子上买杯咖啡,买个冰淇淋或者一个小礼品,或者给车加些汽油(你真的在乎那$0.05或$0.1的差价吗?),请为当地的经济做些微不足道的贡献吧!