Kia Ora! Explore Wanaka’s Best Bike Trails with

Wanaka Water Taxi

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Bike Transports & Adventure

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Wanaka Water Taxi services give you the opportunity to access many great locations around the lake, to get away from the crowds, and create your own adventure. Biking/ hiking options such as the West Wanaka Track and the Millennium track make great day outings.

Glendhu Bay – Millennium Track

A well formed walking & biking track which follows the shoreline of Lake Wanaka offering spectacular views of the Lake and mountains. The track also has some nice little beaches, great for a break and a dip in the lake!

Distance: 18km

Bike time: 1.5 – 2 hours

Grade: Moderate – Some steep pitches & exposed bluffs.

Price: $25 pp. Family $60 one way.

On-demand, bookings essential.

The Outlet Camp 

A nice and easy track along the lake with beautiful views of the lake and the mountains. A great ride for families!

Distance: 9 km.

Bike Time: 45 minutes

Grade: Easy

Price: $20 pp. Family $50 one way.

On demand, bookings essential.

Minaret Burn – West Wanaka Track

Enjoy a nice boat ride on the lake, past Mou Waho Island, all the way up to Minaret Burn. Or if you prefer to skip the big hill, to Rumbling Burn to bike the West Wanaka Track. This is a great track away from the crowds, with great views, nice beaches, and river crossings. Distances are from Minaret Burn to Homestead Bay Carpark. But if you want a bit of a challenge, and a day out, follow the road to the Glendhu Bay Campground from where you can bike the Millennium Track all the way back to Wanaka.

Distance: 15 km

Bike time: 2 hours

Grade: Average to Hard depending if you want to include the big hill.

Price: $40 pp.

Times: 10 am & 2 pm, bookings essential.

GRAB YOURSELF A GUIDE!

Get a local to show you around! Join a guided bike tour with boat transport with:

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Book Now! Call 0800 273 687 and book yourself a Wanaka Tour.

Our season start is almost here! And bookings are open. Our Water Taxi trips will start on the 26th of September. Wanaka 4×4 Explorer after lambing, on the 1st of November.

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