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One of the main reasons for the formation of the Queenstown Mountain Bike Club was to engage with the larger community in the building of MTB trails in the region. The club works closely with the Department of Conservation, Queenstown Lakes District Council and landowners in building new trails and maintaining the existing trail network.

Queenstown Mountain Bike Club develop and maintain a wide variety of local mountain bike trails. All QMTBC trails are free for the public to ride but please respect any trail closures you may come across. If you're keen to get involved with building new mountain bike trails or maintaining your favourites, QMTBC hold voluntary trail digs every Wednesday night. Follow our Facebook page for more details.


Skippers Canyon was home to gold miners in the 1860s.  The scenery is spectacular with golden tussock, steep mountain walls and awesome rock formations which makes the ride out up Skippers Road worthwhile. All the mountain bike trails into Skippers are technical and suited to confident intermediate bikers.


The best route to get to the top of the mountain and back down again, this is an absolute favourite for a summer's evening. The Coronet XC trail is a mix of swooping corners and flowing ridge lines with the occasional technical rocky section to make it even more fun. To find the trail, ride past the base building and past the Meadows Chairlift and you’ll find it at the top of the magic carpet.


A world class facility, precision built and maintained by a large local crew. The lines here are whatever you can imagine! Open in the summer, grab a hose, spray and ride away! Perfect for BMX and Dirt Jump Bikes of ALL levels! It's even a good spot to hang out and watch the locals do their thing! Please note: The park is generally open from
mid-November until May, depending on weather.


Our local favourite! 7 Mile has seen a little love this winter with some trail makeovers and an awesome new jump trail, “Jack B Nimble”. Next on the list is a new skills zone which will include a number of wooden features and a pump trail.  Perfect for all level of riders to practice and develop skills.


Coming Soon - Skills Zone


A worth while peddle up . Single track trails surrounded by native New Zealand bush. This is a must ride. Riding up 'beached as' there are a few options for the way down. Missing link or Salmon Run for the well experienced and The Famous Fernhill Hill Loop for intermediate riders.



Skyline Queenstown is home to New Zealand’s first-ever Gondola assisted bike lift, providing direct access to Queenstown Bike Park.

Ride more with over 14 world class mountain biking trails and varying terrain for all abilities.


The Remarkables has a couple trail options. With a good shuttle track at the bottom, starting at the cattle grid, making for easy access to loads of laps. The terrain can vary all year as the mountain conditions change and best suited to confident advanced bikers.



The Moonlight Track is a technical backcountry single track which starts in Arthurs Point and winds up high in the hills above the Shotover Canyon. This is an amazing ride to leave you feeling like your riding in the middle of nowhere and it is just you and nature.


There is something for everyone here. Small Jumps to learn on, getting larger and larger up to the monsters of Dream Track. 

These bigger jumps are only for experienced riders. The smaller Jumps on Mini Dream are heaps of fun and offer great progression for all. 

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