4 Barrels walking wine trail is the latest inspirational concept for Cromwell. It is an 8kms walking track taking in 4 fantastic local winery tasting rooms. This should be a must-do for all locals & visitors this season.
The Aurora loop track is 4 kms long & takes around an hour & a half to walk. It is a great example of the gold mining era of the 1800’s
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2 hours North of Cromwell takes you into the Mackenzie District which features Mt Cook & Lake Tekapo. This is an easy drive with spectacular scenery all the way.
Highlands 101 is a motorsport event held every year in November. For motorsport enthusiasts it’s an event not to be missed.
Whether you live or are visiting Cromwell, make sure you book a flight with Heliview Flights for a truly unforgettable experience. Pictured below is the Cromwell basin flight with alpine landing.
Another of Central Otago’s great tracks lies along the edge of the Clutha Mata-au River. It runs from Clyde -Alexandra and stretches around 13kms one way. A great track for most ages.
The Central Otago Rail Trail has put Central Otago firmly on the map and is enjoyed most of the year round by visitors and locals alike. The trail can be started/finished in either Middlemarch or Clyde or can be experienced from station site to station site.
St Bathans is a magical part of Central Otago . We have visited in nearly all seasons now and it never disappoints . There is a loop track around the Lake so you are able to see it from all sides. Be sure to remember your camera.
The Hollyford Track, situated in Fiordlands National Park, is a part of new Zealand not to be missed. A 3 day guided hike through untouched forest will treat you to an experience never to be forgotten.