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Level: Intermediate
Length: 6 mi (9.7 km)
Surface: Singletrack
Configuration: Network
Elevation: +186/187 ft
Total: 5 riders
 

Mountain Biking Summerhill Farm

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#270 of 381 mountain bike trails in New Zealand
#10871 in the world

This mountain bike park has lots of interesting single track, generally sweet and fast. There are some nice sweeping berms on these trails as they meander among plantation pines, native forest and on pasture. It's hilly country and some of the trails tend give up height rather easily resulting in sweaty uphill returns but you'll be smiling all the while. A bonus is some nice panoramic views towards Mount Maunganui where you can take a swim in the cool Pacific Ocean after your exertions.
Don't miss the Challenge Area with ramps, big dirt jumps, gap jumps and other nasty challenges. If it's air that you want - you'll get it here!

First added by Jim Cummings on Apr 27, 2020. Last updated Apr 27, 2020. → add an update
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Getting there
From Tauranga take Welcome Bay Road. 10.7km from the roundabout at the start of Welcome Bay Road turn right up Reid Road, and continue for 3.2km. The trail head parking area is on the left.
If you're coming from Mt Maunganui, Papamoa or Te Puke you'll turn off State Highway 2 into the other end of Welcome Bay Road. The Reid Road turnoff is in just 1.5km
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  • Jim Cummings
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    The challenge area was looking very tired today, in need of some love and care. The map boards in strategic places are good but the signs on the trails are poor.

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