Located in Wānaka area in the Otago region
IntroductionSuitable for biking and walking this track follows the true left of the Clutha River from Hāwea River swing bridge to Kane Road.
12 km one way
This track enhances public access to the Clutha River where walkers, cyclists and runners are able to enjoy views of the river and panoramic shots of the surrounding peaks.
A loop option is possible when combined with the Upper Clutha River Track, located on the true right of the river.
This cycle track weaves its way around the true left of the Clutha River through typical Otago grasslands, Matagori and Kanuka landscapes. The undulating terrain provides variety for mountain bikers seeking more of a challenge than the trails on the true right of the river.
It was designed by the Upper Clutha Tracks Trust and formed by DOC.
The Newcastle Track is found on the true left of the Clutha River and can be accessed from either the Hāwea River swing bridge; Albert Town or the Kane Road car park.
There is damage on secions of the track - take extra care crossing these. After wet weather, cyclists may need to dismount and carry their cycles over damaged sections.
Stay safe in the outdoors
- Take the right gear for your trip: Walking and tramping gear lists.
- Tell a trusted person your plans and when to raise the alarm if you haven’t returned. Send them the information directly, or use the Outdoor Intentions form or Plan My Walk.
- Follow the five essential steps of the Land Safety Code.
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PO Box 93
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