Need To Know

Before you leap onto your bike or take that first step along the Trail - Check out what you NEED TO KNOW!

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Trail Etiquette

Some Tips for a wonderful Rail Trail experience…

Interesting cloud build up on the trail

Trail Conditions

What to expect along the Trail

Central Otago is a landlocked region, sheltered from coastal weather with very distinct seasons. Winters are often dry and fine, but ...

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Characteristics / Climate

The compacted gravel pathway is easy to cycle or walk on – as it was made for a train, there are no really steep hills and it is wide enough for cyclists to pass eac...

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Distance and Time

The 152 km Trail runs in an arc through the valleys between Middlemarch and Clyde; you can traverse it in either direction, or just do part of the Trail.

Passenger train

Kilometre Markers

Originally mile markers measured the distance along the railway line. In later years kilometre markers were introduced, although some mile markers still remain toda...

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Emergency Information

In the event of an Emergency - Dial 111For Non-Urgent Medical Services - 

Alexandra  - Health Central, phone 03 440 0295, Alexandra Family Health, phone 03 901 6277...