This page was last updated on the 16th April 2018, apart from the information below we are not aware of any other issues along the trail.
Please report any issues to: 027 768 0378 or [email protected]
TRAIL STATUS UPDATE - AVIEMORE DAM CLOSED FOR MAINTENANCE -THURSDAY 19TH APRIL 8AM - 3PM AND FRIDAY 20TH APRIL 8AM - 5PM
DATE NOTIFIED - 16th April 2018
SECTION - 6 Otematata to Kurow
Between 12 and 12.30pm on both Thursday and Friday Meridian crew will open one lane for cyclists to cross. Please be at the barriers just before 12 and stay behind the barriers and wait for the crew to wave you through.
We do not recommend you cycle through Otematata on State highway 83 to the dam.
Please call Alps 2 Ocean booking consultants for alternative options - Please contact [email protected] or phone 027 768 0378
TRAIL STATUS UPDATE - Pukaki Irrigation Infrastructure Partnership (PIILP) has commenced the construction of an Off Take Structure along the Tekapo Canal, just upstream of the Tekapo B headpond.
DATE NOTIFIED - 13 Feb 2018
This work requires construction traffic including excavators and for a short time a mobile crane. Safety of the public as well as Genesis and PIILP staff is paramount, and safe working requires exclusion of the public, Mount Cook Alpine Salmon and Genesis staff from the construction areas.
The construction will involve a continuous 14-week road closure period, commencing from Tuesday 20th February
The attached map details the portion of the Tekapo Canal Road that will be closed, and where pedestrians and cyclists can access the true-right side of the Tekapo Canal from the true left, for the period of the road closure. Vehicles will still be able to access the lower parts of the Tekapo Canal road around the true-left hand side of the Tekapo B headpond, up to the road closure point.
TRAIL STATUS UPDATE - CAUTION All River Sections
Please proceed with caution when passing through the river sections.
We expect rivers to rise due to highrainfall and snow melt.
If the rivers are swift or cloudy and you can not see through them please use flood routes.