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Queenstown Otago Rail Trail
Tour Location
New Zealand
Tour Information
Vehicle Support
5 days
Cycle Paths/Trails
Bike Options:
Electric Bike, Bike hire available
Tour Language:
Cost From:
NZD 1695
Tour Distance & Dates
300 Km
Riding Days:
Daily Average:
60 Km
Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr, Oct, Nov, Dec
Tour Operator:
Adventure South
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Queenstown Otago Rail Trail

5 Days Easy-Moderate 300 KmAVG 60 Km

Combine two of the South Island's most popular travel experiences, the adventure capital of Queenstown as well as the famous Otago Rail Trail. The cycling will take in a beautiful ride from Arrowtown to the Kawarau 'Bungy' Bridge on the newly established Queenstown Trails before pedalling the country's most famous cycle path, the 150km vehicle free Otago Rail Trail, a specially converted trail along the old Central Otago branch railway line from Clyde to Middlemarch. You'll discover the many small towns and abandoned gold diggings scattered along the trail as well as meeting some intriguing locals before hopping off the bikes to board the spectacular Taieri Gorge Railway into Dunedin, one of the world's great train trips. For those that thrive on adventure and activity during their holidays Queenstown will be a highlight in itself and we encourage you to talk to us about extending your stay here to make the most of the many activities on offer.
Explore the Queenstown Cycle Trails
Cycle the iconic Otago Rail Trail
Take a journey on the Taieri Express
Explore historic settlements along the Otago Rail Trail
Cycle the Arrow River trail, voted by Lonely Planet as one of the top 10 cycle rides.
Double Occupancy / Twin Share
Single Supplement: Available
4 breakfasts, 4 dinners
4 nights hotel/motel accommodation on twin share basis, mostly ensuite bathroom facilities
Professional qualified driver/guide
Private vehicle transport (except for Taieri Gorge train)
Taieri Gorge Train trip to Dunedin
Otago Central Rail Trail passport
Water bottle, water and snacks while cycling
Access and concession fees paid to the Department of Conservation
New Zealand Goods and Services Tax (GST)
International or domestic flights and taxes
Arrival and departure transfers
Meals not mentioned in the itinerary
All beverages, other than breakfast
Bike hire (including helmet)
Optional activities (eg. Curling)
Personal expenses (eg. phone calls, internet, laundry, shopping etc)
Travel insurance
Visa (if required)
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