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Three great locations to base your adventure from – Kaitoke is your launch pad for cycling the Remutaka Incline or Hutt River trails, exploring the Kaitoke Regional Park, or rafting Te Awa Kairangi with their friends at Wellington Rafting. Pencarrow is the perfect start point for exploring Pencarrow Head (with fantastic views of the South Coast and Kaikoura Ranges), and Lakes Kohangapiripiri and Kohangatera. Days Bay offers kayak and SUP hire for exploring the beautiful Eastern Bays from the water, beautiful bush walks with fantastic views, or bike and ebike hire for those wanting to head around the bays and out to Pencarrow Head or the Hutt River. Ride the awesome Remutaka Incline Trail, starting and finishing at Featherston! Outstanding reviews!



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519 Muritai Road
Lower Hutt


04 562 7760 |




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