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The last, and perhaps most beautiful, section of the Trans-Oceania begins with a gorgeous ferry ride across the Cook Strait from Wellington to Picton.
Riders will spin off through misty peaks and along placid bays before emerging onto the shores of the Tasman Sea. The west coast of New Zealand's South Island is spectacular: the stunning Pancake Rocks, rushing rivers pouring into the ocean, snow-clad peaks, wild kiwis, the Fox & Franz Joseph glaciers, mysterious caves, abandoned mine shafts, empty beaches, hot springs and much more.
Five days later the route heads inland past Lakes Wanaka & Hawea before heading up the Cardona River and its abandoned goldfields. Cyclists will now pedal along the shores of Lake Wakatipu before ending their incredible journey in the country's adventure capital, Queenstown.
- 12 Days
- Mixed On/Off-road
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Tour Distance & Dates
- 915 Km
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