There are two Christchurch 360 Trail walks in The Breeze Walking Festival:
Visit the festival links above to book your place on these walks now!
The Christchurch City Council has added the 360 Trail logo to some new and replacement CCC park signs. The one in the photo is in Travis Wetland at the Inwoods Rd entrance. The 360 logo is used as a trail marker, showing here that the Travis “Wetland Walk” is part of the 360 Trail, left arrow for anticlockwise, right arrow for clockwise travel.
Photos by Stuart Payne.
They have broken the trail down into shorter sections for the older members of the club, and also find read more…
Kenton – Crater Rim – Bridle Path 5.9km
2hr 45min bus to bus
Bus to Madeley Rd + Major Hornbrook Rd
Walk up John Britten Reserve on Kenton Track read more…
The Tower Tramping Club is walking part of the 360 trail each week. They started in July, still going strong. They are providing feedback on conditions along the way.
Photo shows club members in the vicinity of the Waimakariri River
The CCC are planning to spend $400,000 on a public path east of the oxidation ponds. The 360 Trail group support the path, but are not convinced it should cost so much.
The first meeting with some council staff will be on 21/11/17. Hopefully some details will become available. read more…
Takahe – Kiwi – Mitchells – Bowenvale 13.3km
3.5hr bus to bus
Bus to Sign of Takahe.
Walk up Harry Ell Track to Sign of Kiwi; read more…
Video of Ken Couling presenting 360 Trail submission at CCC draft annual plan 2017/18 hearing on 20/5/17
Fantail/ Piwakawaka/ Rhipidura fuliginosa
This friendly native is recognised by its long tail, acrobatic flight and tinny cheep. Fantails feed on insects in bush and shrub and are found in many different habitats. If you walk through bush and there are fantails nearby, read more…