From Source to Sea Hutt River Mountain Biking Adventure

Wellington
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Highlights

  • Full day mountain biking adventure from source to sea
  • Journey with the Hutt River from Kaitoke to Seaview
  • Continue the journey to Days Bay

Follow the meandering Hutt River downhill from its source at Kaitoke to its end at Seaview, then ride around the bays to Days Bay. Finish with your choice of a ferry cruise to Wellington or a shuttle back home.

What's Included?

  • 9am shuttle from your doorstep in Wellington to Kaitoke or Maymorn
  • Capable and comfortable mountain bike with gel seat, helmet and repair kit, customised to your height and riding preferences
  • Packed lunch and water
  • First aid kit
  • Ferry pass back to Wellington CBD, or shuttle back to your doorstep (your choice)

Journey by mountain bike along the meandering Hutt River downhill from its source at Kaitoke or Maymorn (for a shorter ride) to its end at Seaview.

Continue on around the coastline to the beautiful Days Bay for an incredible, scenic ride.

Jump on the ferry back to Wellington for a relaxing trip home, or take a 5.30pm shuttle back to your doorstep.

Session Length

  • Riding time is 3-5 hours
  • Please allow a full day for this experience
  • You will be picked up from your Wellington accommodation at 9am
  • Return to Wellington is approximately 5.30pm

Guidelines

  • The trail is approximately 39-46km
  • Suitable for riders with a reasonable level of fitness
  • Please note this is a self guided tour

Cancellation

Once this experience has been confirmed, changes are at the discretion of the experience provider and arranged directly with them according to their policy.

Dress Code

Please wear casual, comfortable clothing and suitable footwear.

This experience takes place along the Hutt River with transfers from Wellington.