Whether you are after a leisurely bike ride or an adrenaline filled rush,
Queenstown has you covered! The Queenstown Trail is part of the New Zealand
Cycle Trail 18 Great Rides. It is open all day, every day and is free to
ride. Plan your adventure now.
Spinnaker Bay is an Official Partner of the Queenstown Trails Trust. The
Queenstown Trail unveils 110+kms of stunning trails featuring, hidden ruins,
spectacular architecture and world class food and wine.
lake wakatipu: 15k
If you feel like spending a couple of hours in the fresh Queenstown air, than this trail is for you! The trail is relatively flat and is an easy ride with wide trails that were designed for sharing the road. This track is ideal for families with young children and those who are new to cycling.
arrow RIver Bridges: 16k
This relatively easy ride zigzags across five bridges over the Arrow River through quaint country lanes, under a State Highway to the bungy. The track delivers you to the home of the Gibbston Valley.
Countryside Ride: 11.5k
Quiet Country trails reveal breathtaking homes, gardens, architecture, galleries, and cafes. This ride would be perfect for a family or individual interested in taking in wonderful views and stopping along the way for adventure. Start this trail at the Arrowtown River Carpark and just follow the signs.
Lake hayes circuit: 8k
As you ride by Lake Hayes, you will experience a taster-plate of all that makes Queenstown special. From the mountain and lake vistas, boardwalk protecting wildlife, historic cottages and a close up of some of the areas most notable homes, you are sure to love this ride. You are even a stone throw away from Amisfield Winery, the perfect stop after your ride.
Jack's point road: 12k
This spectacular track is not for the fainthearted! At Kelvin Grove leave the trail and follow Peninsula Road before turning right onto Poplar Drive. Rejoin the trail inside Jardine Park. Be prepared for steep climbs and descents and some tight bends- you may even need to get off and push for a few minutes. This is a ride for those who wish to get off of the beaten track. The last 3K are particularly steep and technical. Arriving at Jack's Point is a well-earned reward. This is a 3,000 acre settlement and resort village encompassed in a world class golf course, homes, and a restaurant.