Limes can be found sprinkled across Auckland city, providing quick and easy transportation around the CBD. But aside from convenience, Lime Scooters offer a unique way to tourists and locals to enjoy sightseeing around the city.
Here are our top picks for beautiful routes for you to take your Lime.
This route is entirely flat with dedicated cycle paths, making it the perfect Lime friendly location. Your journey will take you past Wynyard Quarter and around the city’s shoreline, providing stunning views as your sweep around the town.
The central location of this walk makes it the perfect choice for anyone looking for a stop along the way to enjoy a coffee, gourmet ice cream or even a full dinner.
The Pakuranga Farm Cove Loop
This 5km loop follows the Tamaki Estuary through Farm Cove providing beautiful harbour views. There are plenty of attractions along this route from cafes to beaches and even a snakes-and-ladders themed playground!
The loop is cycle friendly with flat paths and minimal inclines to ensure you can sail through around the reserve with ease.
Whether you are wanting to enjoy lunch in the park, thinking of popping by the museum or even just looking to enjoy some of nature’s finest displays, the Auckland Domain is where you want to be.
With gentle slopes and a multitude of routes, Liming your way around this central Auckland location is a breeze, you can get from attraction to attraction with minimal effort required.
One of central Auckland’s most popular beaches is Mission Bay, as it features countless restaurants to satisfy anyone’s cravings. There is a long bike route which connects St Helliers, Mission Bay and Kohimarima Beach, making it a prime location for Lime-Lovers everywhere.
With stunning ocean views and smooth flat paths, this would be the perfect place to take your Lime for a scenic adventure.
Wattle Downs Walkway
This South Auckland walk is Lime friendly and full of fun! From ponds with hungry ducks waiting to be fed to an off-leash dog exercise area for your travel companion, this walk has it all.
The walk takes approximately an hour and a half on foot, but with the help of your Lime, you can absorb all the beautiful sights in half the time. The only thing missing from this loop is a café but carrying a backpack full of snacks is easy when you are travelling via Lime.