Queen St Walkway

Queen St Walkway - Entrance way.

Run, walk, or cycle your way along Queen St! If you are super keen you can add on the Trig walk!

It is 1.35 km to the Queen Street Pathway footbridge and to the Waiopehu Scenic Reserve car park entrance. It is 1.8km to the end of the Street and a further 200m to the Denton Road car park where you will find the access gate to the Kohitere Path (Trig).

A great path to use if you are wanting a safe place to run or walk, for fitness or simply take the dogs out for a stroll!.

There are 3 seats are located along the Pathway at Wake?eld Road (700m), the Waiopehu Bush Stream Bridge (1.3km), and at the Denton Road car park. There are also seats and tables located within Waiopehu Bush Reserve. So you can stop and have a rest along the way!

Distance markers are located every 500m for those people who want to achieve speci?c distance targets.

Waiopehu Scenic Reserve is just over 9ha in size and has a signi?cant number of large remnant native trees. This tranquil reserve sits under the Kohitere Forest. The Reserve features a car park with picnic tables, a meandering stream and two bush walks suitable for all ages. A bridge means that baby buggies, wheelchairs and mobility scooters are able to use the main track through the Reserve which links the Queen Street Pathway back to the Car park.

The Horowhenua District Council in partnership with Levin Rotary is very proud to be able to share this pathway with the community for public use and enjoyment. Council and Rotary wishes to recognise the additional support received from the Eastern & Central Trust and Transpower in the funding of this project.

This the length of the trail. 1.8 km to end of Queen Street - Further 200m to Denton Road Car Park
Time needed to comfortably complete the trail. 25 minutes to end of road - 30 minutes to Denton Road Car Park

This is a walking track. Along this trail you are able to bike ride. Along this trail you are able to walk your dog.