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Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
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Marshalls Road, Tongariro National Park 4625, New Zealand
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Reviewed 1 week ago

We walked to Hapuawhenua viaduct with our 8 and 5 year olds. The coach road takes a bit of reaching from Ohakune station -- the initial part of the walk is along roads, but once you get to the Old Coach road itself, you get...More

Thank MgDginOZ
Reviewed 2 May 2018

Not too short, not too long, a great bike ride for couples. Don't be put off by the initial incline on the grassy old coach road, it soon flattens out on the top before dropping down towards the viaduct. Really fun ride leading to an...More

1  Thank Reuben U
Reviewed 21 April 2018 via mobile

Great ride from Horopito to Ohakune. We rode with two 13 year olds who had a blast. Took us about 1 hour 30 to complete with a short stop at the viaduct- we did push hard so expect 2-3 hours if your taking your time....More

1  Thank NZMidds
Reviewed 19 April 2018

We got a shuttle ride to Horopito ($15 per person) then walked back to Ohakune. Stunning and varied scenery and really interesting information boards. Rain had been forecast but we were really lucky with the weather. Track was good throughout the 15kms and we took...More

2  Thank denise224
Reviewed 17 April 2018

Our family had a great time riding this trail. It has an interesting history and varied track with cobbled, grass and gravel surfaces. Our 8 year old walked up some sections, and we were glad to be on bikes with suspension going over the cobbles....More

Thank Wellingtonfeijoa
Reviewed 3 April 2018

We used SLR. Easily the easiest, and most knowledgeable of the areas. Hugely accommodating to our group of diverse riders. Suggest unconfident riders only do the one way (returning to Ohakune after a drop off).

Thank Sione S
Reviewed 3 April 2018

It was a overcast, spitting rain day that was perfect for this lovely bush walk, making you feel like you were in a rainforest for the most part. This track can be done on mountain bike as well and having only walked it I would...More

Thank Jordan C
Reviewed 4 March 2018 via mobile

due to a bad weather, i hiked here instead tongariro crossing. but i loved very much of this hike. raindrops looked crystal on the trees and what a view at the end! just beautiful and easy walk too!

2  Thank yukohannah
Reviewed 7 February 2018

Gives you a view of some great scenery and local engineering history. An interesting route which engenders respect for the early coach travellers, the road and railway builders. An off road, so nearly all traffic free ride, excitement and challenge levels can be varied to...More

1  Thank windywombat
Reviewed 3 February 2018

An interesting and not too challenging route. Lovely views and scary viaducts - but you don't have to ride them if you don't want to. Some of the route has cobbles which are rough but ok to ride. Really interesting boards with facts on the...More

1  Thank GraceJ99
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pacific_peregrino
28 December 2017|
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Response from TCB_Ohakune | Property representative |
Around three km from the car park to the Viaduct each way.
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Jaxsimes
10 July 2015|
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Response from TCB_Ohakune | Property representative |
Yes you can ride this trail all season, the track is well made and has good drainage. if you are riding in the winter make sure you have the appropriate clothing and some good tread on your tyres. Jackets, tyres and winter... More
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