Trail Status

Unless noted on this page, there are no known issues. Please report any issues to: 027 702 1213 or [email protected].

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TRAIL UPDATE - Trucks on Hayman Road

SECTION AFFECTED - Section 2: Landslip Creek to Braemar Station

DATE NOTIFIED - February 9th, 2017

ISSUE - Starting on February 13th 2017, Meridian would like to inform all users of Hayman Road and Braemar Road that for a period of three to five weeks Downer NZ will be hauling rocks from Landslip Creek to Braemar Station. We apologise for any inconvenience to other road uses during this time. Meridian will endeavour to carry out the works in a safe manner and be respectful of other road users and cyclists.
We ask other road users and cyclists to please travel safely and abide by the road rules. Wearing hi visibility vests and travelling in single file is recommended. Keep left and have a safe trip.

Please contact Joe Wheeler at Meridian Twizel with any queries about these works.


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TRAIL UPDATE - The Pioneer MTB race on Feb. 8th & 9th

SECTIONS AFFECTED - Tekapo Canal, Hayman Road, Lake Pukaki Foreshore, Lake Ohau Foreshore.

DETAILS - The A2O is still open to all cyclists. There will be marshals and signs in place for the race.

February 8th: The race uses parts of the Alps 2 Ocean Cycle Trail on the canals departing Tekapo at 8:00am, the Lake Pukaki foreshore (8:40am - 10:00am) , and the Lake Ohau foreshore (11:30am - 7:00pm).

February 9th: The race uses the Alps 2 Ocean Cycle Trail from Lake Ohau to Quailburn Road at 7:00am. They should be clear of the trail by 8:30am.

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SECTION 1 REOPENED: Tasman Point to Jollie Carpark

DATE NOTIFIED: March 22nd

ISSUE: Section 1 is now reopened. As per the photo below, cross the fence then follow the fence line to rejoin the trail ahead. Please stay near the fence, do not wander onto the rest of the private property. Stay away from the river's edge, the bank may crumble if you get too close.

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