7 Mile Scenic Reserve Bike Park
A cross country trail network offering riding for all skill levels and a range of fun features, including jumps, log rides, berms and banked corners.
- Location: 7 miles from Queenstown on the Glenorchy Road. Access from the 7 Mile car park or Wilsons Bay.
- Difficulty: All levels. Tracks are graded 3-5.
- Cost: Free
- Best time to go: Open all year. Trails are best from October until May
The 7 Mile Scenic Reserve Bike Park experience
A local favourite, 7 Mile Bike Park is packed with fun, flowy cross-country trails that loop back to the central points of Eagles Nest and The Hub. Popular trails include Kachoong, Jack B Nimble, Phoenix, and Gold Digger.
The park is built and maintained by the Queenstown Mountain Bike Club, who added a new jump track this winter. The club also have plans for a new skills zone for riders with a range of features and a pump trail.
Rocky trails and a range of jumps, berms, log rides and banked corners add challenge for expert riders. But the park offers plenty of fun options for beginners too, with most trails offering lines for less experienced riders alongside the technical routes. It’s a great park for novice riders to progress their skills.