Shuttle with our local knowledgeable guide from Queenstown to Arrowtown. Once in Arrowtown receive full trail information of what to expect throughout your ride, a map and bike fitting. Set off on your self-guided bike ride along the Arrow River Bridges Trail to the historic Kawarau Bungy Bridge. Bike a short distance into the Gibbston valley of vines to a designated winery from where we will pick up and shuttle you back to Queenstown.This is a half day product departing Queenstown as follows:SUMMER (1 October - 30 April): Morning: Departs 9am - Returns 1pm (departs Gibbston at 12.30pm). Afternoon: Departs 1pm - Returns 5pm (departs Gibbston at 4.30pm).WINTER (1 May - 30 September):Departs 12noon - Returns 4pm (departs Arrowtown at 3.45pm).NOTE: In Winter this tour runs in reverse starting your ride in Gibbston and finishing in Arrowtown.
Arrive at our central Queenstown meeting point 5 minutes prior to our shuttle depart. You'll be greeted by our friendly, local guide who will take you on a 25 minute scenic drive to Arrowtown, on the way you'll receive valuable information from your driver who knows the trail like the back of their hand! Once in Arrowtown you'll be fitted to your bike, given trail tips, a map and safety briefing before you set off on your self-guided adventure biking along the stunning Arrow River Bridges Trail to the Kawarau Bungy. Spend time enjoying the spectacle of Bungy Jumping at the world's first ever commercial bungy jumping bridge. From here, bike a short distance of 2kms into Gibbston Valley Winery where you'll even have time for a quick wine or cheese tasting before our shuttle departs the winery for your relaxing transfer back to Queenstown. This is most definitely the no fuss way to a great riding experience in Queenstown.
From 1 May - 30 September this ride runs in reverse beginning at the Kawarau Bungy Bridge and finishing in the historic village of Arrowtown where there are many Cafes and Bars to relax in and lovely shops to explore while waiting for your return shuttle to Queenstown.