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Bike The Roaring Lion Trail - Day Pass - Welcome Rock

Bike the stunning Roaring Lion Trail at Welcome Rock Station for the ultimate day out on a self-guided adventure!

Highlights

  • Enjoy 27kms of single track on a stunning loop trail
  • Take in the magnificent views from 1000 meters high atop Welcome Rock
  • Pristine rural landscape as far as the eye can see
  • Ride at your own pace on this self guided adventure

Take in the fantastic scenery of the Roaring Lion Trail at your own pace as you navigate the hand-built 27km single-track loop trail.

This spectacular location offers panoramic views over the pristine natural landscape from the top of Welcome Rock, 1,000 meters high.

Enjoy the peace and tranquillity of being surrounded by 2,000 hectares of rolling hills, beechwood and tussocks.

Bring a group of friends together, pack a picnic and enjoy the ultimate day out just a 5-minute drive from Garston or a 45-minute scenic drive from Queenstown.

Per person $20.00

What's included

  • Trail Day Pass - 7am-6pm.

Duration

  • Allow approximately 5 hours for the whole experience

Location

  • 86 McLean Road, Garston 9793, New Zealand.
  • 5-min drive from Garston or 45-min drive from Queenstown.

Restrictions

  • Bikers require a medium level of fitness.

Child Friendly

  • This experience welcomes families with children.

Notes

  • Trail Info: On average it takes about 3-5 hours to bike the trail - we recommend allowing an entire day 5-6 hours to complete the loop and have time for breaks and photos.

    Gradient 3-5 Degrees Altitude.

    Minimum 867 metres and maximum 1152 metres.

    Elevation gain and loss 543 meters.

    The trail is dual-use and suitable for walkers also with a medium to a good level of fitness.

    Subalpine trail - please ensure you take adequate food and clothing as conditions may change rapidly.

    Dogs and horses are not allowed on the property as this is a working farm and a nationally-protected area.

    Parking: You can park at the Historic Ski Hut Located on the Nevis Road. We cannot guarantee the safety of your vehicle and please make sure all personal possessions are hidden from view if left in the vehicle.

    Facilities: There are currently three toilet facilities. There is a basic toilet at the Department of Conservation Historic Southland Ski hut at the start of the trail on the Nevis Road. The remaining basic toilet is located near the huts along the trail. We recommend using the upgraded public toilets located in Garston.

    Water: There is creek fed water along the trail at the Mud Hut. Along the way, there are several creeks that run throughout summer these are located on the trail map. All running creek water is safe and exceptionally good for drinking.

    Open: Our opening hours are 7am - 6pm. All riders and walkers must leave the property by 6pm.

Available Bookings from May 28 to June 03

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johnm42 from New Zealand wrote on 16 March 2022

Best One Day MTB ride in NZ

Welcome Rock Roaring Lion Trail is a “Must Do”. The best $20.00 you will spend for a days MTB. Great single track, amazing goldfields history with huts and sign boards.

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richards5 from New Zealand wrote on 10 February 2022

Roaring Lion MTB

Awesome back country and amazing views. Track is a pretty challenging 27km. Tight and quite technical. Beware the tussock grass hides yr line. Or you end up either in the muddy drain or over the bank. Both landings were soft n wet, which was great on the warm day. The great rides app was invaluable. 👍

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