Kaiteriteri LoopBeginner - Intermediate
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Front country - easily accessible
Undulating, small hills only
Beginner - Intermediate
Start on Kaiteriteri Beachfront, take the track to Little Kaiteriteri. The Stephens Bay Walk starts at the far end of Little Kaiteriteri beach, and follows the coast right around to Stephens Bay. From here, run along Stephens Bay Road and turn left onto the Riwaka-Kaiteriteri Road. There is a short run along the road (take care as it has very little verge) until you reach the sign at the Kaiteriteri Mountain Bike Park. Follow the "Easy Rider" trail to the start of the Kaiteriteri Mountain Bike Park then switch onto "Cruise Control" followed by "Glade Runner" or "Shady Lady", then "Revelation" which brings you back to Martin Farm Road. You can then either run back to Kaiteriteri Beach front along the road, or take an additional off-road trail which starts at the edge of the estuary and proceeds clockwise around the estuary to the back of the Motorcamp. Most of this run is trail. It pays to be cautious when running in the Mountain Bike Park in case of bikes.
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Make Up of Run
Easy Single Track: 90%
Sealed Road: 10%
Start on Kaiteriteri Beachfront, take the walking track to Little Kaiteriteri which starts at the base of the bridge.
Parking at Kaiteriteri Beach is plentiful unless it is peak season (summer) when it pays to be there nice and early. Parking is free of charge.
Make navigation of this route super-easy by using the RunHunters app on your phone. View on RunHunters .
Might be beneficial to load this map on your phone: http://www.experiencekaiteriteri.co.nz/mountainbike-park/map/
Windproof jacket, Cellphone, Map.
Water available from a tap at junction of Glade Runner and Shady Lady.
Mountain Bike Park can be muddy after a lot of rain and has, on occasion, been closed.
Watch and listen for bikes in Mountain Bike Park - "Cruise Control" is one-way only but other trails have the possibility of biking in either direction.
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