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Rabbit Ridge Bike Resort is located in the sunny north facing area of Gibbston Valley. Our bike resort has an equal measure of ﬂat ground and challenging hills. With professionally designed trails built for all abilities, riders will ﬁnd terrain to...more
1820 Gibbston Highway | Gibbston Valley, Gibbston RD1, Queenstown 9371, New Zealand
This was a solo effort and I needed to hire a bike. Website suggests they open at 10.00 - they don't - not normally anyone there until 10.30 - however cellar door staff (Gibbston Valley wines) were helpful and I was given a bike and...More
My husband and I did the half day bike ride which was really enjoyable - one of our best days in queenstown. The guys (Shawn and Alex) were friendly and provided us with transport from queenstown to Gibson valley and then maps and options on...More
Te guys running it jus didn't care and paid you minimal attention,gave little advice and the tracks just weren't of good quality and hadn't had much time spent on them, there's definitely not a biking vibe to the place, it's dead and baron with few...More
I arrived at 11am (with my own bike and transport) as scheduled only to find a sign saying the "Office" was 1,500 meters way back down the road I had just driven up and located at Gibston Valley Winery. There were signs at the ‘Gibston...More
We had half day bike here as a group and we sessioned all of the trails a number of times in the four hours we had. Trails are graded well and contain a mixture of berms, loose ground, tight corners and fast descent. Awesome half...More
This is the new MTB resort which is located 20 minutes drive from Queenstown centre. The office is at car park in Gibbston Winery and Cheesery. We went to the entrance where the signpost is located however soon found the ticket office is at the...More
The signage is missing or confusing in places, and one of the beginner friendly tracks is overgrown with stinging nettles. As a result the beginners in the group lost interest quickly. Two of us that were more experienced loved the more advanced tracks and the...More
a cracking set of man-made tracks on this relatively gently sloping set of terraces. not for the hard core bikers maybe, given the wealth of local riding available... but a great way to taste some cross-country fun.
Way too cheap given the work that has...More