Choose from 600+ tracks and trails across Aotearoa New Zealand.
Only two weeks left to enter and win
There are only two weeks left for students to send in photos and descriptions of their favourite outdoor places as part of the New Zealand Walking Access Commission's 2014 Top Outdoor Spot competition.
The competition, which is open to primary and intermediate school children across the country, is hosted on the Commission's curriculum-aligned Both Sides of the Fence education website.
The site includes an eBook, engaging animated scenarios and an image gallery to help raise awareness of responsible behaviour when accessing the outdoors and to encourage students to think about why they value access.
The students who send in the "Best Photo" and "Best Description" will each win a Dash 20L day pack for themselves and a $100 book voucher for their school. Entries close at the end of the day on Friday 14 March.
Commission Chief Executive Mark Neeson said there were already some excellent photos and descriptions being submitted by students and he looked forward to helping to choose this years' winners.