Queenstown Cycle Tours
Can you appreciate the advantages of cycling directly from your hotel without worrying about the downtown-speedsters? Sounds more enjoyable doesn’t it? Lovers of the great outdoors will immediately appreciate this & the many other conveniences the historic precinct offers you.
Arrowtown House is the hub [at the centre of]the Queenstown Trail – a 100 km+ [60 mile+] trail suitable for all abilities.Here are some ideas for your visit.
Day 1, bike/walk to Gibbston Valley vineyards. Day 2, circumnavigate Lake Hayes , stopping at art galleries & cafes enroute. Day 3, A spectacular route following Lake Wakatipu to Jacks Point. Enjoy lunch at The Clubhouse basking in the sun beneath the Remarkables MountainsWe can organize self-guiding or guided cycling for you. Half day supported excursions from NZ$139pp
Do you believe there’s more to life than cycling? Consider our 'WineDown' Cycle Tour, a leisurely guided vineyard tour by bike. From NZ$139 pp
None of these adventurous enough for you? Enquire about the Stay-Ride-Around the-MountainTrail Package. Start your day with a scenic 45-minute cruise on the steamship TSS Earnslaw. This cruise takes you from downtown-Queenstown to the opposite side of Lake Wakatipu, NZ’s longest lake. Mounting your bikes you head off enjoying pristine lake & mountain views. In the afternoon allow sufficient time to retrace your route & return to Queenstown on the Earnslaw.
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