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Which Auckland path will you follow?

Published: Mon 11 Feb 2019 04:38 PM
It’s now even easier to explore our beautiful coastline, take the dog for a walk, get the kids to unplug or find a new running route thanks to Akl Paths – a digital platform that allows you to discover more than 200 walking and cycle paths across the region.
Councillor Chris Darby says “Akl Paths is an easy-to-use online tool that allows Aucklanders to pick and choose what path best matches the activity they want to do and encourages residents to get out and about and explore our region.
“The site has something to suit all ages and abilities and supports the significant investment that has been made by council and government to develop a paths network across the region and provide a better-connected Auckland for walking and cycling.”
For full details visit OurAuckland.

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