Tonight’s Nordic Walk took us from Hayes Paddock to the Hamilton Gardens. We Nordic Walked on the river path. As the Surrealist Garden officially opened the day before, we went to explore prior heading back towards Hamilton East.
Beautiful sunlight tonight during our Nordic Walk at the Taitua Arboretum.
The arboretum has a collection of mature trees covering 20 hectares of open pasture, lakes and woodland gardens which are linked by a network of meandering walking paths. With great views and wonderful bird life, the arboretum is ideal for a Nordic Walk.
We Nordic Walked tonight on the Western Trail Rail starting at Seddon Street.
The Western Rail Trail Path is a 2.7km off-road shared path connecting Hamilton’s southwestern suburbs with the CBD. The route travels the rail corridor from the CBD, to Ward Park, around the west of lake Rotoroa to Kahikatea Drive. It is a great addition to the city.
Free Nordic Walk for Mental Health – Mangakara Nature Walk – 29 September 2019
Get into nature for your mental health and wellbeing! Getting outdoors and active is a proven way to improve your mood, by reducing stress, connecting you with nature, and getting the blood pumping.
To support this year’s Mental Health Week, Winksmith Nordic Walking is inviting their customers and extended friends to a FREE walk / nordic walk in the Pirongia Forest Park on Saturday 28 September at 10am.
Some people may want to carpool while others may want to meet us there at 10am. It will be organised prior the event.
How to Join: Fill out the form below to register your interest