Wildfinder creates and facilitates incredible outdoor adventures in the spectacular Wairarapa. Choose from bike rides (also eBikes), walks and white water rafting, for all levels.
There's nothing quite like a good old fashioned bike ride with Indi bikes - around the glorious vineyards or cute town of Martinborough. Whatever the weather, you can enjoy the ride with plenty of fun bikes to choose from including bright red 4 and 6 seaters.
The Remutaka Cycle Trail is truly one of New Zealand’s Great Rides and Green Jersey has a great selection of guided tours of this fantastic trail.
Check-out their guided tour options below or learn more about their tours here.
Find out more about cycling and Green Jersey Explorer Tours here or learn more about the Remutaka Cycle Trail here.
Drop your vehicle at one end of a trail and have it waiting for you at the other!
Remutaka Car Relocation specialises in delivering vehicles for riders and walkers doing the Kaitoke to Cross Creek section of the Remutaka Rail Trail; in either direction.
The Wairarapa has the best road cycling roads in New Zealand with dozens of options available. There is a very active road cycling club and the friendly locals welcome visitors to join the bunch rides.
Cycling holidays don’t mean you need to ride every day. Give yourself a break from the saddle and explore. There’s plenty to do and see near the Remutaka Cycle Trail and you’re close to the Wairarapa’s five towns Martinborough, Featherston, Greytown, Carterton and Masterton.
Riding the entire Remutaka Cycle Trail gives you a bike ride packed with variety, terrific scenery and neat places to stay - all so close to Wellington.
The Remutaka Rail Trail is a gently graded 18 km bike ride close to Wellington - it's also a hugely popular walk.
The Remutaka Rail Trail is one of the region’s most rewarding off-road trails. It can be ridden end to end (allow 4-5 hours) or broken up into two smaller sections - beginning and finishing on the Wellington side of the Remutaka Ranges or beginning and finishing on the Wairarapa side of the ranges.