1 Hawea River Track to Wanaka eBike adventure
Meander along this gentle river-side track which is stunning all year round. Take your time to stop for coffee and amazing French pastries on this classic Wanaka ride.
This track is the all-time favourite of locals and visitors. A stunning and easy ride which showcases the beauty of the Upper Clutha.
We will pick you up from your accommodation at 9am/ 11am or 2pm. It's a 15min drive out to the wild and beautiful Lake Hawea. You will cruise along the Hawea River Track which leads you back on an easy 22km ride back to Wanaka town. At about half way we have placed the best bakery in Wanaka for you to stop and enjoy coffee and the finest pastry. Once you get back to Wanaka town just let me know and I will come get you and make sure you get home safe that day.
|Start time 9 / 11am 2pm||Finish Time 2-7pm|
|Grade 2 - 22kms||Easy - Moderate|
|Height Range||155cm to 195cm|
WHAT WE PROVIDE
Transport to and from your accommodation
Brand new ebikes / Helmet / locks / Safety Briefing / bike bags
Map and list of best locations to visit
First Aid kit on bike and in shuttle vehicle
You will need to bring:
Warm top or Jacket
Points of Interest along the way
| Lake Hawea
A stunning 20-minute drive from Wanaka is Lake Hawea which borders Mt Aspiring National Park. If you follow this road for another 140kms you will go through Makarora on your way to the West Coast. This long and narrow lake covers 143 square kilometers (469 square miles). It's much quieter than Wanaka and Queenstown and often you can be the only person standing admiring the beauty of the mountainous. Home to some legendary fishing spots, Lake Hawea is an outdoor adventurers’ paradise.
| Hawea Whitewater Park
The Hawea Wave is a real ride for those that brave the cold water. It's Free to use and has two different grades and a smaller wave at the top, which is fun to learn. The lower or bottom wave is bigger and this is where the pro's come to practice their kayak skills or surfing tricks. On any day you might see three or four people lined up to take their turn.