Existing and potential use and perceptions of the "Spine of the Lizard" walking routes: an investigation into the Banks Peninsula summit walkway and associated feeder tracks
In the summer of 2013-14, Lincoln University, in conjunction with the Rod Donald Banks Peninsula Trust, undertook an investigation into the recreational use of Banks Peninsula Summit Walkway and associated feeder tracks. The purpose of this study was to assess the current and potential use of the track network, as well as to document perceptions of current track users about existing and future provisions to inform the “Spine of the Lizard” project, a joint partnership between the Trust and the Department of Conservation.
Fields of Research160402 Recreation, Leisure and Tourism Geography
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