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Fishers Track

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Length

17.1 Miles 27.5 Kilometers


15%

Singletrack

Elevation

486' 148 m

Ascent

-2,410' -735 m

Descent

3%

Avg Grade (2°)

18%

Max Grade (10°)

2,759' 841 m

High

656' 200 m

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Fishers Track mountain bike trail includes a 520m descent through farmland and rural gravel roads.

Peter Blakeman

Overview [Suggest Changes]

Fishers Track mountain bike trail includes a 520m descent through farmland and rural gravel roads. Be ready for a steady climb to the summit and then a long 17km downhill stretch. The track runs through a beautiful remote valley, but it is mostly gravel roads.
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Need to Know [Suggest Changes]

The end of the trail at the monument is in a remote area, and you'll need to arrange return transport. Contact Kiwi Mountain Bikes in National Park Village for transport and bike hire.

Description [Suggest Changes]

Start from National Park Village at the end of Carroll Street over the railway crossing. Be ready for a steady climb to the summit followed by 17 kms of downhill along a grassy farm track and rural gravel roads with a gradual climb up to the finish point at the Kaitieke First World War Monument.
Fishers Track links up with the Bridge to Nowhere track in the Mangapurua Valley by taking a left at the Monument and riding 26km to Whakahoro where Oio Rd meets the Whanganui River.

History & Background [Suggest Changes]

The end of the trail is at the Kaitieke First World War Memorial, devoted to the men of the area that fought and died in The Great War.

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