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Around The Mountains Cycle Trail

Trail entrance at the end of Kent Street – only 1km from the Kingston TOP 10 Holiday Park

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This suggested trip is a fantastic new 3 day/ 2 night cycle ride exploring Queenstown, Mavora Lakes and
, on New Zealand’s premium easy multi day cycle trail departing from Queenstown (trail entrance is in Kingston).

The 121km trail will take you on a journey of breathtaking discovery from Queenstown to the quaint little village of Kingston
on the southern shores of beautiful Lake Wakatipu, through Garston, Athol, Five Rivers, Lumsden, Mossburn, Centre Hill,
Mavora, Mt Nicholas and then on to Walter Peak on the western shores of Lake Wakatipu. Once you reach Walter Peak you will return to Queenstown on the Lady of the Lake, the TSS Earnslaw steam ship.

Here at Kingston TOP 10, we love when guests book in to stay with us before they start off on their journey. We often have couples, friends and groups check in who want to have a nice hot shower, some delicious coffee and/or food from Alpine Start Cafe & Bar or Kingston Flyer Cafe & Bar.

To book your stay, click on the BOOK NOW tab. Or call Reception on: 03 248 8501 / Manager on: 027 444 4921

To book your guided tour simply visit to reserve your spot today!



If you are just wishing to check the trail out for 1 day, or do some easy cycling around Kingston,
then make sure you ask our reception about hiring one of our new Avanti mountain bikes!

2 hours bike hire $10.00
Half day bike hire $20.00
Full day bike hire $30.00

(All bikes must be returned after 2 hours/half day/full day bike hire) Kingston TOP 10 Holiday Park bikes are not for 3 day (full track) hire as we do not have a service to pick the bikes back up from Queenstown.


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Wellington is the southernmost
capital city in the world.

Only 5% of NZ’s population is human,
95% of the population is animals.

Blue Lake in Nelson has the
clearest water in the world.


Lake Wakatipu comes from the original
Māori word Whakatipu wai-māori.

Lake Wakatipu is an inland lake (finger
lake) in the South Island of New Zealand.
It is in the southwest corner of the
Otago Region.