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Drink up the stunning scenery and some local wine during this self guided bike ride through Gibbston Valley wine region. With the ease of an electric bike, you will visit up to six wineries, a cheesery and a brewery during your scenic and boozy adventure.
Uncover all the scenic and liquid delights of the Gibbston Valley wine region during this self guided bike ride. You will meet your guide in Queenstown who will take you on a scenic drive to the historic Kawarau Bungy Bridge and the start of the Gibbston Valley. Once there, you'll get fitted to your bike and given the full details of the trail, before embarking on your awe-inspiring boozy adventure. Following purpose built off-road trails, you will ride along the gorgeous Gibbston River Trail at your own pace, giving you plenty of time to soak up the beautiful scenery. With your trail map as your guide, you will visit a handful of wineries, a cheesery and a brewery that are all linked by the easy riding trail, with exclusive offers available at each venue. After some time spent in the region, you'll be picked up from a pre-arranged location for the relaxing journey back to Queenstown.
Once this experience has been confirmed, changes are at the discretion of the experience provider and arranged directly with the according to their policy.
Maximum numbers per van are 11. You ride independently and at your own pace.
The experience provider reserves the right to cancel your ride as a result of unfavourable weather conditions.
Sturdy shoes and leggings, tights or shorts with a lightweight water/windproof jacket are recommended.
This experience is located in Queenstown. You will visit the historic Kawarau Bungy site and Gibbston Valley.