Bicycling / Cycling in Milford Road, Te Anau, Southland New Zealand

121 km/75 miles
Te Anau is a small town, situated in Fiordland region, in the South Island of New Zealand.

The town lies on the eastern side of Te Anau Lake (the second largest lake of New Zealand with more than 400 m/1312 ft depth) and is literally on the border of Fiordland National Park and Te Wahipounamu World Heritage Area, offering a getaway to awe-inspiring landscapes and magnificent sites of wild nature.

Milford Road is one of the most scenic routes in the world, perfect for cycling lovers. It connects Te Anau with Milford Sound (121 km/75 mi long) and offers many camping sites throughout.

Milford Sound is a fiord located in the upper part of Fiordland National Park (World Heritage Area), accessed only through Milford Road. It is regarded as a top attraction worldwide, offering landscapes of unique beauty and wild nature. Grasp the opportunity to get there on your bike, immerse yourself in the cycling adventure and discover the rare and wild beauty of the surrounding wild nature!

Note: Cycling is not permitted during winter time, due to possible avalanches.