Cycling in Council Parks and Reserves
There are limited
opportunities for off-road cycling on Council reserve land. Silverstream Reserve near Clarkville is currently under development.
being made to add or improve facilities at suitable sites. Club members or other keen cyclists wishing to express an interest in developing track facilities, and/or organising an event, are welcome to contact the Green Space Unit of the Council.
Walking in Council Parks and Reserves
and interesting walks can be enjoyed in and around many of the
Council’s larger parks and reserves. Most can be undertaken by people of
all ages. View the list of walkways in the Waimakariri District (pdf, 12kB).
Walking and Cycling Strategy
See our Roading Plans and Strategies page under Roads and Transport for details of the Council's Walking and Cycling Strategy.
Urban Cycleways Programme
New cycleways for the Waimakariri District were announced on 25 June 2015 as part of the Urban Cycleways Programme. A 6.5 km shared path is planned to connect Rangiora to Woodend, and an 8 km shared path is planned to connect Rangiora to Kaiapoi. For more information on the routes and details go to www.nzta.govt.nz/UCP.