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    Guided Cycling, Walter Peak

    Guided Cycling, Walter Peak
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    Walter Peak, Queenstown

Explore Queenstown’s majestic back country on a cycling adventure.

Once fitted out with a high quality mountain bike in Queenstown, you’ll board the historic TSS Earnslaw for a spectacular cruise across Lake Wakatipu. 

Disembarking at Walter Peak High Country Farm you’ll follow the magnificent shoreline of Lake Wakatipu before turning inland to explore vast tussock valleys.  The scenery changes again as you reach the rainforest fringed Mavora Lakes where several Lord of the Rings scenes were filmed.  The surroundings are stunning, and while the trails are on public road, the area is very remote. 

A support vehicle means you can ride as little or as much as you want, driving over the uphill bits if that suits. Your experienced guide will keep you intrigued with stories and information. 

Stop for a picnic lunch at a musterer’s hut and return to the Colonel’s Homestead Restaurant in time for a well-deserved and hearty afternoon tea.

  • Includes cruise aboard the vintage steamship TSS Earnslaw
  • Group size limited to 9 per guide
  • Picnic lunch, hot drinks and afternoon tea included
  • 2 - 3 hours leisurely cycling (15-35 kms depending on fitness)
  • Quiet back country road through mostly gently rolling terrain
  • Moderate fitness required
  • Minimum numbers apply (2 passengers) - please provide your details so that we can contact you in the event of a cancellation
  • Suitable for children 10 years and over

Book Your Walter Peak Guided Cycling

Leaving from Queenstown

Cruise Cycling
Duration: 7 hrs 30 mins
Season: Nov - Apr

From NZD: $235


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- Suitable for children 10 years and over
- Child rates apply for 10 - 14 years
- Minimum numbers apply - 2 passengers
- Note: Does NOT operate on 25 Dec (Christmas Day)