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Ride off the beaten path and explore over 14km of stunning native forest during this guided quad bike tour in Nelson. Head past the Skywire and out to the beautiful Bayview lookout, boasting panoramas of Delaware Bay. Continue the adventure as you descend back through the farm to base.
Have a bucket load of fun on four wheels as you enjoy a quad biking tour in Nelson. Upon arrival, you'll be taken through a safety briefing before given time to hone your skills on the practice track. Once you're confident, it will be time to tackle the trail, with over 14km of beautiful native forest to explore. Follow your guide past the Skywire, then out to the magnificent Bayview lookout, which overlooks Delaware Bay. Keep up the excitement as you descend through multiple terrain and through the farm before arriving back to base. It's the perfect marriage between adventure and gorgeous scenery.
This experience is part of the Responsible Range as it was awarded a Enviro-Silver Award. The provider is also working with a range of organisations and individuals to help protect and enhance their 400ha of native forest through pest control, trapping and reforestation.
Please allow three hours for the duration of this experience.
Riders must be a minimum of 16 years of age to drive. Passengers must be a minimum of 5 years of age
Once this experience has been confirmed, changes are at the discretion of the experience provider and arranged directly with them according to this policy:
Maximum of 12 participants.
This experience is weather dependant.
This experience takes place in Nelson.