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We walked - probably would be more fun on a bike. The path is pretty good underfoot, along the sides are introduced plants with the occasional native. No bird song at all with the absence of habitat for native birds. Most disappointing are the rampant...More
The walkway, for me, is a hidden gem. Not far from where we live and a great alternative for a walk to town. It's a peaceful & picturesque walk. Takes you past the old New Plymouth prison and in to town.
Spent a couple of hrs MTB at Mangamahoe, beautiful day nice and sunny, the park was easy to find , well sign posted about 15 mins out of New Plymouth. Most of the trails were fairly short but were great to play on for a...More
Starting just above the Wind Wand (crossing a few streets into New Plymouth), this walkway follows the river upstream. Very sheltered and relaxing. Can have some muddy patches sometimes, especially higher up at the Huatoki Domain. Nice to combine with the Te Henui walkway to...More
New Plymouth has several cycle hire shops and the walkways are very suited for cycle use, some of them are connected to enable a full day of cycling around the city. Which is what we did. The walkways are very pretty, follow streams and connect...More
Unlike Te Henui Walkway, the Huatoki Walkway isn't a continuous walkway but requires a bit of on-roading in a couple of places due to previous slips requiring some diversions, which have been made permanent. However it's worth the effort for walking from the central city...More