Cycling

Cycling

The White Morph has secured bike storage with free power outlets to recharge E bikes.

Cycling in and around the Kaikoura District

The district possesses a great range of rides and trails that suit the beginner through to the experienced Mountain Biker. Perhaps a leisurely ride through the township and out to the Peninsula, or over to South Bay with a coffee or two on the route is what you are looking for, or some off-road trails of various lengths and degrees of difficulty, Kaikoura has everything you are looking for.

For more detailed information and trail maps visit www.kaikouracycling.co.nz

Trails

 

#1:- The Kaikoura Trail

Loosely following the perimeter of the Kaikoura plains and skirting the Kowhai and Hapuku Rivers, the Kaikoura Trail features trails that are as diverse as the scenery and gives you the chance to explore some of the places that you don’t see from the highway. Cycle the entire loop or hop on and cycle a section. Read More..

#2:- Haumuri Bluffs

Following the railway south from Oaro, this easy grade ride beside the railway is ideal for the whole family and gets you close to the ocean and some notable remnants from our past. Read More..

#3:- Beach Biking

Kaikoura may not be well known for its beaches. But get on your fat bike and you’ll find it has big wide gravelly beaches that stretch for kilometres and you won’t see a soul. Read more..

#4:- Puhi Puhi Valley

The Puhi Puhi Valley is a gravel cycle experience that skirts the flanks of the north end of the Seaward Kaikoura range. The climb finishes at Saddle Gate, under the second highest peak in the Seaward Kaikouras, Te Ao Whekere at 2598m. Read More..

#5:- Mt Fyffe

Mt Fyffe offers the unique experience to start at the beach and cycle to the top of a mountain. But with 1400m of elevation over 8km, it just may be one of the most demanding cycles climbs you do. Read more..

#6:- Clarence Reserve

Nestled between the Seaward and Inland Kaikoura Ranges, Clarence Reserve Station was once one of the country’s largest. These days this vast and rugged high-country is part of the Ka Whata Tu o Rakihouia Conservation Park and cyclists have unrestricted access. Read More..

#7:- Hurunui Heartland Ride

The Hurunui Heartland Cycle Ride is an on-road route that you can ride to your desire, either a multi-day explore or an epic one-day trip.

#8:- Half Moon Bay to Okiwi Bay

Big climbs on old farm tracks and logging roads over retired farmland with great views of the ocean and Seaward Kaikoura Ranges. Read more..