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Enjoy amazing views over the south coast on the Eastern Walkway or Loop.
Johnston Hill is one of the most prominent peaks in the Outer Green Belt.
Put aside 3 hours for the 4-km loop or follow the 1.5km track to the summit.
Makara Walkway is a Department of Conservation managed loop track that begins and ends at Makara Beach.
This 2-km goes behind Wellington Zoo, giving views of Cook Strait.
Enjoy views of the city, harbour, mountain ranges and the sea on this 14.9-km walk, which can be done in stages.
This is a steep track through native bush that takes about 2.5 hours to complete.
A self-guided tour of grave sites at Karori Cemetery of people who died in the 1909 Penguin shipwreck.
Experience the wildest part of Wellington's rugged south coast on this 7.4-km walk.
Explore old growth tawa and podocarp forest on this 2.5km walk.
This easy, well-signposted walk starts at Trelissick Park and finishes at Zealandia.
This dual-use track runs along the ridge between Old Coach Road in Johnsonville and Makara Saddle in Karori.
This loop walk is 2.8km and takes about 1.5 hours to complete.
These two tracks make up a 4.6km walk between Waihinahina Park and Promontory Crescent in Newlands.
This 2-hour walk follows the Kaiwharawhara stream and passes the old powder magazine store.
Starting at Brooklyn Wind Turbine, this 8.7km walk takes about 3-4 hours to complete.
A self-guided tour of graves at Karori Cemetery of those who fought in the Boer War, the world wars, the Korean, Malayan and Vietnam wars.
Choose between the 2.4-km Lookout loop walk, or the 1-km Salvation Bush walk.