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West Coast Wilderness Trail

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The West Coast Wilderness Trail showcases some of the most outstanding scenery on the South Island’s West Coast with a diversity of landscapes second to none. Grab your bike and explore this Grade 2 Easy trail.

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The West Coast Wilderness Trail is a unique and memorable experience with stunning views of the Southern Alps.

The 132km trail can be ridden in either direction starting in Greymouth or Ross.

Riders will journey through historic gold mining sites, along early bush tram tracks and over former railway bridges.

Immerse yourself in the full four day experience or choose from one of the stunning half or full day rides.

This trail is suitable for winter riding with an extra layer of clothing.

Enjoy local hospitality, visitor attractions, cafés, accommodation and shopping along the way.


For more information visit the West Coast Wilderness Trail website.

Donations can be made directly into the Wilderness Trail Bank Account:

Directions

Greymouth to Ross, Ross to Greymouth, West Coast, New Zealand

Contact Greymouth i-SITE - info@westcoasttravel.co.nz or Hokitika i-SITE - enquiries@hokitikainfo.co.nz

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