Wellington's premier mountain bike park set in 250 hectares of regenerating native bush.
With over 40 kilometres of world class single track, a 72 metre long suspension bridge, and panoramic views across Wellington Harbour, Cook Strait and the upper South Island, Makara Peak Mountain Bike Park has something for riders of all ages and abilities. Read More
This weekend meet Evan and Ben at the end of St Albans Ave and walk up to the the start of the new bit of Starfish to plant some trees and shrubs. All help much appreciated.
This week meet Peter and Simon at bottom end of Trickle Falls track, off Allington Rd .
This week meet Evan and Ben at bottom end of Trickle Falls track, off Allington Rd.
This week meet Evan and Simon at the end of St Albans Ave, and then ride in to the top of Leaping Lizard.
This week meet Evan and Simon at the end of St Albans Ave and then ride over to the top of Nikau Valley Track.
This week meet Peter and Simon at the Allington Road entrance to the park and then walk in to where Miro meets Smokin and work in the scrubby area around there.
With over 40kms of trails with everything from the steepest and sketchiest gnar, to super-fast machine-built flow, to family-friendly rolling trails, there's something for riders of all abilities and skill levels at Makara Peak.
Makara Peak is located in 250 hectares of native bush at various stages of regeneration and is an important element of Wellington’s Outer Green Belt.
Since the park was established, volunteers having been working to reintroduce key native species including kahikatea, rimu, tawa, kohekohe, maire and miro (and many others), while setting up and managing a comprehensive network of trap lines to help eradicate introduced pests like rats and stoats to support the reintroduction of native birds.