Roxburgh Gorge - Trail Tags & Passports

Eight years in the making, the Roxburgh Gorge and Clutha Gold cycling and walking tracks play a large part in our region's visitor experience, and the recreation and health experience of Central Otago residents.

Maintenance Tags

Created with the generous support of landowners and volunteers, the trails continue to be managed by volunteers whose vision it is that all users will contribute to on-going maintenance and upgrades by purchasing a trail tag:

Individual Trail Tag: $25, valid for 12 months from date of purchase.

Family Trail Tag: $50, valid for 12 months from date of purchase and includes parents, grandparents and children from the same family.

Day Trail Tag: $10, valid for one day on the trail.

Tags are individually numbered, a different colour each year and can be either attached to your bike or your bag.

Souvenir Passports

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!

Purchase your Roxburgh Gorge Trail tags and passports from our online store, or at the following locations: - 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

Thank you for your support - it will enable these trails to be maintained into the future for all to enjoy.

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