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Utterly spectacular 11km long walkway along the seafront in New Plymouth, New Zealand. Walk, ride skate or scoot from Bell Block in the north to Port Taranaki to the south taking in the stunning Te Rewa Rewa Bridge, three swimming beaches, a golf...more
All reviews bell block coastal walkway te rewa rewa bridge great walk bike ride full length wind wand great asset hired bikes fitzroy beach mt taranaki beautiful scenery fresh air easy walk sunny day all ages tasman sea
This walk goes for 13 kms but we mostly went to see the bridge, surroundings & where it led to.
Unusual shape ... has the appearance of a whale boned skeleton & is highly sought as a picture perfect spot for the angles it can...More
You can start and finish wherever you want to suit any member of the family. There are swimming spots, fishing spots, playgrounds, coffee/snack stops, photo ops and picnic/rest areas all along the walkway for you to enjoy. Great also for bikes, scooters and roller blades...More
The Coastal Walkway is great. Where-ever you start it's a great walk, run or bike ride. Get a coffee at East End Beach or Fitzroy surf club, see the Te Rewarewa Bridge, head towards the Port & Wind Wand, it really is a great place...More
We hired bikes from Cycle Inn for $20 each a day. We rode all the way to the end, over the bridge, passed the beaches, through the paddocks and back. Then back through town and out to the long pier. What a great way to...More
We only had about 2 hours and wanted to see as much of this coastal walkway as we could, so we rented a couple of electric bikes. They were really fun to ride, got us nearly to the end before we had to turn back,...More
This is one of the best walkway/ cycleways ever. It is such a stunning 11km . Such a wide area that it can accommodate people walking or cycling together without indecent. There are loads of access points to join or leave the walkway and as...More
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Gosh,it took us about an hour to walk from East End Reserve to the Wind Wand and back @ 4 to 4.5 km with quite a few stops for photos. The whole walk is about 13km so 3 hours maybe??? We are average fitness and it was easy... More
Gosh,it took us about an hour to walk from East End Reserve to the Wind Wand and back @ 4 to 4.5 km with quite a few stops for photos. The whole walk is about 13km so 3 hours maybe??? We are average fitness and it was easy walking