• Walter Peak Independent Cycling
    Walter Peak, Queenstown
  • Walter Peak, Queenstown

Walter Peak Independent Cycling

This is your chance to pedal into an incredible part of New Zealand’s stunning back country. A non-guided cycling option for experienced cyclists.

  • Explore the quiet back country road behind Walter Peak in your own time
  • Includes cruise aboard vintage steamship TSS Earnslaw
  • Snack and drink included
  • Suitable for experienced cyclists only

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Book Your Walter Peak Independent Cycling

In Queenstown

Cruise Cycling
Duration: Various
Season: All Year (except early June 2019 - early July 2019 when TSS Earnslaw will undergo annual maintenance)

From NZD: $80


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  • This booking process only requires you to select your departure time from Queenstown. At check-in you can choose your preferred return time from Walter Peak and you will be advised of return check-in procedures
  • Child rates apply for 5 - 14 years
  • The TSS Earnslaw will undergo annual maintenance early June 2019 - early July 2019. During this period departures do NOT operate
  • Independent cyclists MUST be fully self sufficient with mountain bike, food, drink, repair kit, clothing (including safety helmet) for their day trip, as there are no shops or services
  • Independent cyclists MUST ensure they allow adequate time to make their return cruise to Queenstown. (There is no accommodation nor direct road access back to Queenstown from this western side of Lake Wakatipu)

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  • Did You Know?

    Walter Peak was founded in 1860. It is a 25,758 hectare working high country sheep station on the southern shore of Lake Wakatipu.

    It runs approximately 18,000 Merino and Perendale sheep and about 800 beef cows.

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