Queenstown Bike Park

4.75 out of 5
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↑ 3,300 m
↓ 3,400 m
elevation (m)

Trail Description
About this trail
The Queenstown Bike Park is a network of almost 20 miles of downhill mountain biking fun! There are beginner, intermediate, and expert tracks that you can take. Easier tracks can be made harder by simply going faster.
Take the Skyline Gondola to the top of Ben Lomont Mountain, bikes can be hung on the outside of the cabins, and ride any of the number of tracks down to the base. Then do it again!

Gondola lift passes:
Half Day Pass (10am - 2pm) Adult $55 Child $35
Half Day Pass (2pm - 6pm) Adult $55 Child $35
Day Pass (10am - close) Adult $75 Child $45
3 Day Pass (to be used in a week) Adult $175 Child $95
MTB Seasons Pass Adult $629 Child $329
MTB Half Season Pass (7 Jan - 29 Apr only) Adult $499 Child $279

For more information visit their website: http://www.skyline.co.nz/queenstown/mountain-biking/
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Trail Features
Trail features
  • Lift Service
  • Drinking Water
  •   Night Riding
  • Pump Track
  • Restrooms
  • Winter Fat Biking
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World Champ

March 20, 2015
Review: The Queenstown Bike Park is loads of fun for all mountain bikers but cross country riders will be out of their comfort zones on the steeper, more technical trails which try to maim you! Down-hill specialists will think they're in heaven.

You buy one of the ample choices of gondola ticket and off you go - up and down till your ticket expires or your brake fingers seize up. Your legs won't - it's practically all downhill once you're off the gondola. If you're broke or want the exercise you can actually ride up the access road which usually takes about 45 minutes.

Your bike rental company should give you a map or you can buy one for $5 in the bike shops. But you won't need it; all the trails are clearly signed and graded. A good one to start with is Hammy's Track, rated easy. Despite its fearsome name, Vertigo is only a little more challenging so it's a good one to try next. If you're an expert downhill rider there are several double black diamond trails that will test you.

Everybody I saw up there today was having a blast except for the two riders who injured themselves! All the trails are worth several runs but after a day you'll be looking for something new - and there are plenty of options in Queenstown.

The gondola does not carry bikes during winter or on busy holidays - check this website for details: www. queenstownbikepark.co.nz

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Granny Gear

January 31, 2015
Review: Love that you get a ride to the top and it's all mostly DH. Some of the black diamonds are wicked hard but heaps of fun. (Just for the record, I rode all the main trails on a muni (mt unicycle) and was able to ride the majority of them!) :)

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January 18, 2015
Review: Great stuff. DR riding, so you semi know what you're getting into. Kiwis ride some steep shit; rip it!

Similar Trail: winter park, keystone

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Granny Gear

November 19, 2013
koka Granny Gear  
Review: Only did hammy's route the others to steep for me. A great well designed run. Prices have gone up 1/2 day $60nzd full 80.

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Queenstown Bike Park MTB Trail 4.75 out of 5 based on 4 ratings. 4 user reviews.
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