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Wellington's regional trails are shared by thousands of walkers, runners, bikers and horse riders every year. It's important that everyone has a great outdoor experience, so we all need to do our small bit to keep our trails safe and protect our precious environment.
Before you set off, take a moment to read our tips below.
Wellingtonians are passionate restorers of the region’s native flora and fauna and countless volunteer-led initiatives have helped our plant and bird populations soar. It’s easy for us all to support these initiatives by following just a few simple rules:
To get involved with a local environmental project, find a group at Nature Space. You can also identify and share the living things you find on your next trail adventure at iNaturalist NZ, or by downloading the iNaturalist app on Google Play or the App Store.
It’s easy for everyone to keep safe and have fun on our trails if we stick to a few simple rules:
For more information, read the Department of Conservation Mountain Bikers Code.
Your safety is your responsibility. Before you set off, remember these five simple rules:
For more information, read the Department of Conservation 'Know before you go' guides.