Cycling and walking are a large part of the visitor experience and the recreation and health experience of Central Otago residents.
Roxburgh Gorge and Clutha Gold Trails have been eight years in the making. They have been created by the generous support of landowners and volunteers. Volunteers will be managing these trails into the future, hence the need for riders and walkers to contribute to the on-going maintenance. It is expected that all users will contribute.
Annual Trail tag: $25 this is for 12 months from date of purchase.
Day Trail tag: $10 this is for one day on the trail.
Family Trail tag: $50 this is an annual pass for a family which can cover parents, grandparents and children.
You will receive a tag which can be either attached to your bike or your bag for walking. It is an annual contribution from 1 October to 30 September. Tags are individually numbered and are a different colour per year.
Beautifully designed and produced, our trail passports are a great memento of your trip. Each 24-page passport contains maps highlighting each trail's special characteristics and an interesting commentary of heritage sites and geological features. There is room for notes and drawings, as well as space to collect 'pencil rubbings' at eight rubbing stations along the way. That's a lot of activity for just $15!
You can make your contribution at the following locations, or you can purchase your Clutha Gold Trail tags & passports through our online store.
- Alexandra i-Site - 21 Centennial Avenue, Alexandra. 03 262 7999
Email: Alexandra i-SITE
- Roxburgh i-Site – 120 Scotland Street, Roxburgh. 03 262 7999
Email: Roxburgh i-SITE
- Cromwell i-Site – 2D The Mall, Cromwell. 03 262 7999
Email: Cromwell i-SITE
- Ranfurly i-site – 3 Charlemont Street, Ranfurly. 03 262 7999
Email: Ranfurly i-SITE
- Lawrence Information Centre, 17 Ross Place, Lawrence. Phone (03) 485 9222.
Email: Lawrence Information Centre
Your support will enable these trails to be maintained into the future for all to enjoy.