Timber Trail Project
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Central North Island lies an 84km Journey of Discovery, Timber Trail is quickly becoming one of New Zealand's most accessible iconic ride
The day-to-day activities of DPI ensure that the Timber Trail is maintained to a high standard as a Grade 2 Great Ride in New Zealand, we rely in part on the involvement of local communities to help us achieve our goals of providing a great Timber Trail experience for all users.
There is clear economic benefit to the local region since the Timber Trail first opened in 2013 with more than 7,000 visitors annually.
Use of Funds:
Funds collected will be used to provide on-going maintenance of the trail and keep it in pristine condition for all to enjoy.
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One of NZ's 22 Great Rides and already a classic, The Timber Trail takes riders on a journey of discovery full of natural wonders, unique heritage sites, and amazing riding through forested hills with spectacular gorges and epic views across the central North Island.
All funds raised benefit:
Funds will be paid to a verified bank account of Destination Pureora Incorporated on behalf of Timber Trail.
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