Biking Trails in Queenstown

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Biking Trails in Queenstown

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  • NZcurl
    10 contributions
    Biked Arrowtown to ‘Bungy Bridge’ with 7 year old and stunning views, great track. Did it the old fashioned way with push bikes, not e-bike, and was easy with ups and downs.
    Written 20 January 2022
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  • kjbgsb
    Mountain Lakes, NJ117 contributions
    Pleasant boat ride on lake in newish, clean boat. Bike ride with sheep and scenery. Strenuous enough without losing the fun. Setting for lunch absolutely charming. Lunch was delicious. Steamboat ride a true throwback complete with piano player and old fashioned sing along.
    Written 9 March 2020
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  • Paul V
    North Sydney, Australia196 contributions
    We had a great mountain bike ride from Frankton to Lake Hayes. This took us 4 hours with 40 mins break - ie just over 3 hours riding. There are a couple of hills, but mainly it is flat. Utterly spectacular scenery. We took a turn off to Lake Hayes which was easy to find. The track is well signposted except in Frankton itself. We were blown away by the beatiful views and the opportunity to be completely remote.
    Written 6 January 2020
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  • Samantha B
    North Shore, New Zealand98 contributions
    Cool new development that has a 25km trail network for walkers and cyclists. Beautiful, quiet place to admire The Remarkables and Lake Wakatipu.

    We did the Jack’s Point Loop, which is described as a “hard” walk. There is a fair bit of uphill and some uneven sections of track but it’s generally well-graded. It took us 1.5 hours (it’s estimated to take 2.5 hours). The signage was not always clear and the description of the start point found on the website was a bit confusing - we almost started walking through the golf course! Don’t park by the Clubhouse - keep driving to the small carpark to reach the beginning of the track. Maybe once the development is finished the signage will be better.
    Written 12 August 2020
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