Tracks

Mountain bike track

Mountain bike tracks are graded using the New Zealand Mountain Bike Association grading system. Please refer to the individual track description for more detail.


Parks which have this type of track

Atiu Creek
Atiu Down Hill Atiu Down Hill ¼ hour - 1 km Starting at Atiu Creek's main car park; this track branches off from the Pump Track and on to a medium grade, downhill track that makes its way to the bottom of the valley. Click on the track name for details. Clearfell Track (Biking) Clearfell Track (Biking) ¼ hour - 1.8 km This multi-use walking and mountain biking track connects points on Oruawharo River Trail offering alternative loop options and the possibility of a shortcut back to the main car park from the Reservoir Walk. Follow the blue markers. Kauri Point Track (Biking) Kauri Point Track (Biking) ¼ hour - 1.3 km This multi-use walking and mountain biking track branches off the Oruawharo River Trail and loops around Kauri Point. Mountain bike / mountain buggy ramps exist around the entire loop. Click on the track name for details. Oruawharo River Trail (Biking) Oruawharo River Trail (Biking) 1.2 hour - 7.8 km This multi-use walking, mountain biking and horse riding loop can be experienced in both directions. It provides great views of the park, the Kaipara Harbour and plentiful picnic spots. Click on the track name for further details. Pump Track Pump Track 0.1 hour - 0.5 km Starting and ending at Atiu Creek main car park, this is a sheltered loop through the pine forest that is suitable for beginners and families. Follow the pink markers. Reservoir Walk (Biking) Reservoir Walk (Biking) 1 hour - 5 km This multi-use walking, mountain biking and horse riding loop follows the farm track past the Pou Kaitiaki. It will take you past the reservoir which is a great spot for picnicking and bird watching. Click on the track name for further details. Ti Tree Point Trail (Biking) Ti Tree Point Trail (Biking) ¼ hour - 1 km A short side trail leads out to Ti Tree Point from the intersection with the Oruawharo River Trail. It provides great views of the Oweka Tapu Pou, Solomon’s Bay and the Atiu Creek inlet. Click on the track name for further details.