From epic trail rides to extreme downhill trails, Queenstown has it all. Check out some of the best trails in the region.
Rude Rock & Skippers Canyon
Pulling in ambitious riders from all over the world, these adrenaline-pumping downhill trails are all the more irresistible for their eye-popping alpine country backdrop.
Featuring a variety of technical and non-technical tracks, the Port Hills are a must-do for any mountain biking enthusiast.
Queenstown Bike Park
This goldonla-accessed mountain biking park with spectacular views of Queenstown features more than 25 world-class trails and varying terrain to suit all abilities.
There are plenty of big berms, jumps and structures at this gondola-accessed bike park with stunning views.
Moke Lake Circuit
Circumvent the serene Moke Lake on an undulating, easy to intermediate trail through grassland, spliced with short sections of boardwalk. When combined with surrounding trails, it can easily be converted into an all-day special adventure.
Backdropped by golden, tussocky peaks, riding around Moke Lake is a truly serene experience.
This scenic track near the historic and cosy settlement of Arrowtown disappears into remote hills, filled with the boom and bust memories of pioneer gold miners.
The Macetown ride cannot be missed if you’re in the Arrowtown area.
Rabbit Ridge Bike Resort
A relative newcomer to the Queenstown mountain biking scene, Rabbit Ridge Bike Resort offers barrel-loads of singletrack riding in the wine-soaked Gibbston Valley, renowned for world-class pinot noir.
A private bike park riddled with more than 40km of pro-built trails, many of which take you high with amazing valley views.
List via newzealand.com