Take to the mountain bike trails in Whakarewarewa Forest

The Whakarewarewa Forest, aka ‘The Redwoods,’ is 5500 hectares of magnificent native and exotic trees on the outskirts of Rotorua City.


Whakarewarewa Forest is New Zealand's premier destination for mountain biking. © Mark Coker

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