Pou Herenga Tai - Twin Coast Cycle Trail

Cycle Coast to Coast - travels from the famously beautiful Bay of Islands to the remote and picturesque Hokianga Harbour, or vice versa. Due to its sub-tropical climate – it can be ridden all year round – hence the name “winterless north”.

Free Entry

Contact Us


The trail goes through diverse and stunning scenery with magnificent views, native bush, suspension bridges, waterfalls, beautiful streams, estuaries, harbours, boardwalks, disused train corridors and tunnels. It also takes you on a fascinating journey through some of New Zealand’s earliest Maori and European settlements. Story boards along the way bring to life the history and stories of the local people. Visit the Far North to discover the birthplace of the nation.
Suitable for most riders as it is generally flat with gentle climbs, most of it easy with a few harder hills. The surface is fairly good and can be ridden all year round. Some cyclists do the trail in a day, others take 2 days. Explore, Discover, Enjoy!

Visit our website


Get directions

Physical address

Pou Herenga Tai - Twin Coast Cycle Trail, State Highway 1, Kaikohe, Northland, New Zealand.

Opening times

Months of operation:
All months of the year

Facilities and Features

Proximity to airport:
varies depending on where you are along the trail
Proximity to coach terminal:
varies depending on where you are along the trail
Proximity to town:
varies depending on where you are along the trail

Language support

  Written Spoken
German YES YES

Contact Us

The content on this page was created by Twin Coast Cycle Trail - Pou Herenga Tai

This website helps visitors connect with providers of great New Zealand tourism experiences. It is not intended to give any assurance that any particular provider meets certain quality standards or legal obligations. Please contact this business for more information. See also: newzealand.com terms of use.