New Zealand’s longest single-track is also its ultimate wilderness epic – a multi-day journey in the West Coast following a hard-won route over rugged mountains that realised the abandoned dreams of old gold miners.
An unforgettable adventure through the remote wonderland of Kahurangi National Park in Nelson, this ride takes in strange and ever-changing landscapes, with the bonus of staying in atmospheric backcountry huts.
Luring riders deep into Pureora Forest Park in the heart of the North Island, this mixed-terrain trail features ancient trees, birdlife, thrilling suspension bridges and intriguing timber-milling relics.
New Zealand’s largest lake backdrops Taupō’s all-season trail offering an irresistible mix of flowing terrain and changing scenes as it sweeps down to the shore and around the lake’s bays and rocky promontories.
Traversing historic St James Station near Hanmer Springs, this challenging high-country trail rewards riders with vistas of soaring peaks, alpine meadows, beech forest, tranquil lakes and crystal clear rivers.