The Coromandel is the perfect place for outdoor adventure. There are hundreds of picturesque locations available for you to visit as walkways, cycle ways and fitness trails keeping your days fun-filled and active. Walks, cycleway and fitness trails Te Ara O Te Wairoa - Moana Anu Anu Walkway Whangamata Hot Water Beach Circuit Walk Long Bay to Tucks Bay Walk Maramaratotara Walk Ferry Landing Moewai Bike Park Walk Whitianga New Chum Beach Whangapoua Patukirikiri Walk, Coromandel Town Pumpkin Hill Summit Walk, Tairua Shakespeare Cliff to Lonely Bay Walk Ferry Landing Tairua Estuary Walk, Tairua Tairua Historic Trails - Circuit 1 and 2, Tairua Te Karo Bay to Otara Bay Walk Te Kouma to Sugarloaf Wharf and Hannafords Jetty Walk Tuateawa Nikau Grove Walk Whangapoua Beach to Opera Pt Walk Whitianga Town Walk, Whitianga William Hall Arboretum and Walk - Thames Destination Coromandel (our Regional Tourism Organisation) also has a great section on its website about walking tracks. Hauraki Rail Trail The Hauraki Rail Trail is a 3 day ride for most or a two 2-day ride for those fit cyclists, making it an ideal long weekend or weekend experience. It can be accessed from Thames, Paeroa, Waihi, or Te Aroha, and the trail also offers a range of shorter riding options, including day rides. The trail showcases some of the best scenery New Zealand has to offer, rich in pioneering history. A major highlight includes riding through the stunning Karangahake Gorge, one of the “14 Wonders of New Zealand”. Transport is available to get you and your bike back to your car and will run from Wahi Te Aroha and Paeroa back to Thames. Key attractions include Thames - Beautiful historic mining town nestled under the Coromandel ranges on the Firth of Thames full of history from gold mines to museums not to mention great Pubs Cafe,s and Restaurants or fresh fish and chips on the wharf as you enter town. Paeroa - the home of the World famous L&P bottle and many spectacular events throughout the year and many antique shops to explore while boasting Town of the year for 2012. Come and see why. Waihi – historic gold mining town with original old Pubs and great Cafe,s and the famous Waitete Cafe Restaurant. A short ride to the Goldfields historic train and you and your bike are off to Waikino Station for your trip through the past giving you time to think of what the day has to offer. Te Aroha – home to the luxurious, historic Te Aroha Mineral Spas and the Te Aroha Leisure Pools, old mining infrastructure such as the Victoria battery, the Blackpool Dam and Water Race and the Waihi-Waikino vintage railway. Thames, Paeroa, Te Aroha and Waihi all offer a range of restaurants, cafes and bars as well as accommodation options including hotels, motels, backpackers, and Bed and Breakfasts. Find out more about the trail here. Historic Walks of Thames We've partnered with the community to produce the Historic Walks of Thames brochure. You can download it here or pick up a copy from the Thames i-Site.