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Discover a beautiful hidden gem in the North Island as you ride along the most popular section of the Hauraki Rail Trail. Follow an easy cycle path through the nature-rich Karangahake Gorge to the historic township of Waihi. Includes lunch and transfers to and from the trail.
Your day begins with a scenic drive through verdant rural landscapes from Auckland city to Paeroa, where the most popular section of the Hauraki Rail Trail starts. After a safety briefing, you'll be sent off on your two-wheeled adventure, beginning through the wonder-filled Karangahake Gorge, brimming with native bush, rivers, waterfalls and wildlife. Visit Paeroa, home to New Zealand's famous soft drink, L&P, and the Waikino Station. The riding ends in the quaint township of Waihi, once a boom town during the country's gold rush. Take some time to explore the village, visiting local gold-mining attractions and learning the stories of men who made and lost their fortunes, before enjoying lunch at the Waihi Cafe. You'll then meet your driver and be transferred back to Auckland city.
Transfers to and from their base in Wyndham St are not included; available on request for an additional fee.
Once this experience has been confirmed, changes are at the discretion of the experience provider and arranged directly with them according to this policy:
Minimum of two and maximum of 10 participants.
This experience runs in all weather conditions.
Please wear active wear, slim fitting pants or shorts, lightweight tops and a rainproof jacket. Skirts, dresses, very short shorts or loose fitting pants are not recommended. Closed toed shoes and sunglasses are also recommended.
This experience takes place on the Hauraki Trail departing Auckland.