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Queenstown’s trails are built and maintained by volunteer local legends coordinated by Queenstown Mountain Bike Club and Queenstown Trails Trust. Chris Conway and Emmerson Wilken of QMTBC give us the inside scoop on the new and improved trails.
Queenstown is the ideal place to introduce your kids to mountain biking or progress their skills. There are tracks for all levels from beginner through to advanced, with three lift-assisted bike parks and jump parks. Many trails are in the heart of town.
Home to some of New Zealand’s best bike parks and a vast range of epic tracks flowing through alpine terrain, mountain biking in Queenstown is hard to beat. Whether you want groomed trails or untamed gnarly runs, Queenstown has something to impress even the most well-seasoned mountain biker.
The Whakatipu Basin is full of breath-taking scenery, unique landscapes and fascinating historical sites just waiting to be discovered by bike. This is your guide to Queenstown's trails and the must-sees along the way.
Queenstown is home to some of the best bike trails in the South Island, from short scenic rides to longer multi-day adventures. No matter your ability, here’s your guide to planning your next biking holiday in Queenstown.