Cycle Trail

​The 132km grade two West Coast Wilderness Trail is a four day cycling adventure which goes through dense rainforest and past glacial rivers, lakes and wetlands as the track travels from Greymouth in the north, through Kumara and Hokitika and then to Ross in the south.

'Nga Haerenga - The New Zealand Cycle Trail' is a partnership project between the Government and the Green Party. One of the ambitions for the New Zealand Cycle Trail is that it will generate economic, social and environmental benefits for communities around New Zealand.

On Saturday 23 November 2013, following tremendous hard work and fundraising by the Westland and Grey District communities, major financial sponsorship from the Government and Development West Coast, as well as valued input from many other dedicated parties, the Greymouth to Hokitika leg of the trail was officially opened.

The video below shows off some of the stunning scenery you will journey through when you ride the West Coast Wilderness Trail.

Photo Opportunity - ​At the start/finish kiosk​

Don't miss out on getting the signature West Coast Wilderness Trail photo while you're here.. Here's how to get the best photo at the Greymouth start/finish kiosk.

The word GREYMOUTH is designed using anamorphic lettering and will appear vertical in your photo.


More information ​about the Trail is available from:

The West Coast Wilderness Trail website, www.westcoastwildernesstrail.co.nz.

Follow them on Facebook, www.facebook.com/WestCoastWildernessTrail.

Page reviewed: 30 Sep 2020 9:23am