Twin Coast bike trail ‘just the start’

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20 Mar, 2017 6:00am 3 minutes to read
The Okaihau-Horeke leg of the Twin Coast Cycle Trail boasts a 1.2km boardwalk through reeds and mangroves beside the Hokianga Harbour. PHOTO / PETER DE GRAAF
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The completion of the Twin Coast Cycle Trail is just the start of a region-wide network of cycleways bringing new business opportunities and reversing the decline of small Northland towns, Far North Mayor John Carter says.

On Saturday Mr Carter opened the last and arguably most scenic part of the trail, the 28km section from Okaihau to Horeke, which means the cycleway now stretches 84km from Opua in the Bay of Islands to South Hokianga. It is the only trail of 22 in the national cycle way network that connects two coasts and the only one north of Auckland.

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COVID-19 Closure

two sections of the cycle trail will be closed whilst we are in Lockdown Level 4.  They are:

  • Bottom of the 1.6km Zig-zag in Utakura through to Horeke; and
  • Eastern side of SH15 crossing (near Kaikohe Aerodrome) through to Lucas Road, Moerewa.  

Bioloo toilets across the cycle trail network will also be closed and signs will be installed at key locations across the network.

If you are out on the cycle trail please maintain social distancing of 2m, and wear a mask.