The Archer track is an easy walking track in the Marlborough Sounds between Penzance Bay in Tennyson Inlet and Elaine Bay.
Black Birch Track is a walking and mountain biking track in the Awatere Valley within the Ferny Gair Conservation Area.
Black Jack Track is a loop track starting from Whites Bay climbing up to a lookout point with views of Cook Strait and Port Underwood
Cullen Point is a DOC reserve 4.5km from Havelock with both a short 10 minute and a longer one hour walking track in native bush with views of Pelorus Sound.
The Essons Valley tracks provide easy access to unspoiled native bush only a short walk from the centre of Picton.
The Leatham Conservation area offers an extensive network of tramping tracks and huts in the Marlborough region.
When complete, the Link Pathway linking Havelock and Picton will be Marlborough's second longest walking track after the Queen Charlotte Track.
The Nydia Track runs between Duncan Bay in Tennyson Inlet and Kaiuma Bay passing through Nydia Bay.
Pukaka Valley tracks provide opportunities to explore native bush and tramping options from an easy walk to a long day's climb to Mount Roberson summit.
Queen Charlotte Track is Marlborough's premier walking track, promoted in partnership by DOC, Marlborough District Council and private land owners.
The Snout Walkway is a short walking track beginning near Picton providing excellent views of Queen Charlotte Sound.
Tirohanga Track is a short, but steep walking track in Picton that leads to a lookout point with excellent views of Picton and Waikawa
There are numerous options for tramping in the upper Wairau. The alpine environment offers a magnificent scenic experience.
An easy flat walkway near Blenheim through the Wairau Lagoons salt marsh habitat.
Whites Bay Track is a short walk from Rarangi Beach to Whites Bay following a steep trail though a mixture of native bush and pine forest.
The Wither HIlls have an extensive network of walking tracks suitable for a variety of levels of fitness and duration.