Hiker in New Zealand's Southern Alps
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Coast to Coast Expedition Across New Zealand

9 nights

A once in a lifetime challenge. Hike, bike and raft your way across the staggering landscapes of New Zealand's South Island

What's Included?

Activities & Certified Guides

All itinerary activities with expert, English-speaking local guides

All Accommodation

6 nights in hotels, 2 nights in a high-country lodge, 1 night wild camping


All meals throughout the expedition

Transfers & Permits

All airport and local transfers, a support vehicle, plus National Park permits and access fees


All your biking, rafting and camping equipment

Small Like-minded Groups

Solo-friendly by design, join our small n’ sociable groups of up to 14 like-minded, active and outdoorsy people

excluding flights

What's it like?

Hiker in New Zealand's Southern Alps
Cycling towards Mount White Station through Arthurs Pass National Park, New Zealand
Cyclists at the start point of the West Coast Wilderness Trail on New Zealand's South Island
Kea bird in New Zealand
Cyclists on the West Coast Wilderness Trail, New Zealand
Arthur's Pass National Park, New Zealand.

Complete a memorable crossing of one of the planet's most adventure-packed islands, from the Tasman Sea to the Pacific Ocean

Pedal your way along the West Coast Wilderness Trail past glacial lakes as you push towards the mountains

Cross the remote Southern Alps over Goat Pass through the stunning scenery of Arthur's Pass National Park

Paddle the azure blue waters of the Waimakariri River and spend a night wild camping on its shore

Key Information

Day 1

Welcome to New Zealand

📷 Ōtautahi Christchurch Tourism Board

Touch down in Christchurch, the capital of the South Island and gateway to one of the most adventure-packed places on the planet. Meet your host at the airport and head downtown to check in to your hotel. Enjoy some downtime to explore New Zealand's 'Garden City,' known for its plethora of parks. You'll meet your guides and fellow adventurers tonight for a welcome dinner and chat through the epic expedition to come.

Day 2

Kicking things off on the West Coast

Cyclists on the West Coast Wilderness Trail in New Zealand


2.5hrs · 33km · 80m up · 80m down



Head out of Christchurch in the van, enjoying the scenery change as you flow through the Canterbury Plains before traversing the Southern Alps via Arthur’s Pass, eventually arriving in the old gold mining town of Ross. Here you'll get kitted out with your bike as the expedition kicks off. You'll ride the first section of a stunning off-road cycle trail known as the West Coast Wilderness Trail, following old logging tramways pioneered by early settlers through lush native rainforest. After 2-3 hours of easy-going pedalling to warm up ahead of the bigger challenges to come, you'll reach the cool little town of Hokitika, known for its arts and crafts and amazing sunsets. Tonight you'll have fish and chips on the beach overlooking the Tasman Sea, watching the sun go down, and take a dip in the sea to mark the start of your coast-to-coast journey.

Day 3

To the foothills of the Alps

Cycling towards Mount White Station through Arthurs Pass National Park, New Zealand


5hrs · 70km · 610m up · 520m down

Bid farewell to the Tasman Sea this morning as you hop back on the bike, riding out of Hokitika and following the West Coast Wilderness Trail. This route includes a dense bush-lined section of easy single-track called the Kaniere Water Race, which makes for a lovely, flowing ride. Eventually, you'll reach Lake Kaniere, a grand sight nestled in the forested foothills of the Southern Alps, before pushing on to Milltown, a beautiful spot with a rich Māori culture. The trail continues, crossing swing bridges and navigating meandering switchbacks that take you up to a wild west town where you can imagine tumbleweed rolling and gunslingers appearing from swinging saloon doors. From here, you'll cruise downhill, following old mining waterways, bush tracks, and reservoir roads, descending to a beautiful historic hotel in Kumara for dinner and a well-earned night's sleep after your first full day of the expedition.

Day 4

Up and over Goat Pass

Hikers traversing Goat Pass in New Zealand's South Island


10-14hrs · 30km · 1070m up · 980m down

Swap the mountain bike for hiking boots today for a big challenge ahead. You'll be ascending into the Southern Alps with over 1000m of elevation to conquer. Follow a rugged riverbed with a long, gradual uphill for the first half of the day, eventually tackling a scramble to cross the aptly named alpine pass. There are long stretches of boulder hopping and some clambering along rocky terrain with multiple river crossings as you reach the high point of this section, reaching a small backcountry hut for a rest and some lunch. An additional guide joins the group for the whole day to help with the crossing of Goat Pass. This requires a determined push from the group, and your skilled guides will keep everyone on track and safe in an area where the weather can change quickly. Down the other side of Goat Pass, you'll descend into the headwaters of the Mingha River and follow the valley southwards to the end of an epic day of trekking, reaching the confluence with the Bealey River. A short transfer takes you to your accommodation in Arthur’s Pass, a stunning spot nestled beneath looming peaks.

*In the event of severe bad weather, an alternative hike will be undertaken, either climbing up to the mountainous Temple Basin above Arthur’s Pass or a lower bush walk visiting Bealey Chasm and Punchbowl Falls.

Day 5

Push on through Arthur's Pass National Park

View over Arthur's Pass National Park, New Zealand.


4hrs · 12km · 625m up · 625m down


2hrs · 26km · 364m up · 342m down

Head back to where you left off yesterday at the Bealey River, hiking up a tussock ridge to the historic Bealey Hut, which offers epic views of the vast Waimakariri River and the high peaks of Arthur’s Pass National Park. Descend from this spot to switch your hiking boots back for your bike as the pedalling gets going again. The next leg involves riding along an elevated gravel road with majestic river and mountain views as you make your way to the remote Mt White Station, a 40,000-hectare working high-country station set amidst rugged peaks and remote valleys, with an amazing sense of isolation. This marks the end of the first half of the expedition as you settle into your accommodation in converted shearers’ quarters and enjoy a delicious home-cooked dinner in this cracking spot.

Day 6

Rest day at Mount White Station

Paddleboarder in the New Zealand wilds

Today is a day to kick back and relax in this amazing location or take on any number of activities on the farm. If you're keen for more pedalling, you can get back on the bike to ride private farm roads up the valley to Esk Hut and the Lochinvar valley, through vast plains past the historic site of the old Lochinvar homestead and Mounds of Misery (ancient glacial moraines), and continue on towards Bull Creek. Learn about honey bees and beekeeping on a three-hour course (a speciality of the owners of your base for the rest day), keep cool on a SUP or kayak on the adjacent Lake Letitia, or take a soak in a hot tub. Totally up to you!

Day 7

Raft the Waimakariri River

Rafting the Waimakariri River in New Zealand


3-4hrs · 20km


1.5hrs · 8.5km · 154m up · 136m down

Back on with the expedition, bid farewell to Mt White Station and hop on the bike to roll down from this remote spot to reach the banks of the Waimakariri River, which flows through Arthur’s Pass National Park. Pedal alongside the river to reach Gooseberry Flats, where your rafting crew will be waiting. Load up the overnight gear onto the rafts and paddle down the startling blue Waimakariri River surrounded by mountains; a quintessential epic New Zealand scene. After a few hours tackling small rapids and meanders while pushing on to make the distance, you'll set up camp in a beautiful spot on the side of the river. Grab a swim in the river before gathering round the campfire for dinner out in the wild. Tonight, you have the choice to sleep in the tents provided, or for an extra memorable night, you can sleep out in a hammock amongst the trees.

Day 8

Raft to the Canterbury Plains

Waimakariri River, Arthur's Pass National Park, New Zealand.


4-5hrs · 30km

Continuing to float down the Waimakariri River through more stunning mountain scenery, you will negotiate some easy rapids to the end of the gorge as the river spills out into the Canterbury Plains. Here you'll disembark, and a short transfer will take you to Springfield, a quirky place that embraced its namesake fictional town from the TV show The Simpsons, honouring it with true Kiwi humour by erecting a giant pink donut. After a wild couple of days on the river, you can soak up some civilisation with an evening in the local bar, giving you an opportunity to meet the locals, play pool, and tell stories from your expedition so far.

Day 9

Hot pools at the finish line

He Puna Taimoana Brighton Hot Pools near Christchurch, New Zealand


4hrs · 74km · 119m up · 387m down

Return to where you left off yesterday on the banks of the Waimakariri River as the final leg of your epic journey gets underway. Enjoy a dreamy, relaxing downhill section through rural countryside and the pastures of the Canterbury Plains, meandering your way closer to the finish line. Follow some more easy flowing trails through Bottle Lake Park before finally reaching the Pacific Ocean as you roll onto the beach at New Brighton. After high fives on the beach and a symbolic toe-dip in the Pacific, head to the Taimoana Brighton Hot Pools overlooking the ocean for an official celebratory drink and a well-deserved relaxing soak in the hot pools. Transfer to Christchurch for a final dinner and beers in a proper Kiwi pub to toast the completion of your epic coast-to-coast adventure.

Day 10

Farewell New Zealand

Mount White Station in New Zealand's South Island at sunset.

Say goodbye to your guide and fellow adventurers as the trip comes to an end this morning. If you are flying today you can head to the airport in time for your onward flight, or stay on to further explore this part of New Zealand.

Day 1

Hotel · Twin share




Day 2 – Day 4

Hotel · Twin share




Day 5 – Day 6

Guesthouse · Twin share




Day 7

Wild camping · Twin tent




Day 8 – Day 9

Hotel · Twin share




Day 10

Departure day




What is the food like?

Fish and Chips in New Zealand

Meals will be wholesome and filling to keep you fuelled for your epic adventure. You'll start the day with a hearty breakfast which will generally either be a full cooked breakfast, eggs on toast, pancakes or full continental. Lunches are usually sandwiches or wraps, salads and fruit collected from a local bakery, or cafe before that day's section. Dinners are either served in restaurants or cooked by your hosts, featuring fresh local produce and plenty of vegetables and salad and variety. You will be free to select a main course from the menu, or in the case of more remote locations such as camping and at Mount White Station, there will be only one choice, but all dietary requirements can be catered for. There are three evenings where you are free to make your own dinner arrangements. You'll no doubt enjoy the famous morning teas consisting of a range of hot drinks and juices, and delicious snacks and bakery delights.

Vegetarians, vegans and other dietary requirements and allergies can be catered for – please just request this on your passenger info form.

What is the accommodation like?


Your first and last nights of the trip are spent at Bealey Quarter, a modern and bustling spot in the north of the city which makes for a great place to bookend your expedition. There is a popular bar, a great restaurant and gardens to relax in. You'll stay in twin-share rooms.

Mount White Station

A highlight of the trip, you'll bunk down for two nights at Mount White Station in a stunning isolated spot in the Southern Alps, deep in the heart of Arthur's Pass National Park. This is a 40,000-hectare working farm, set amidst rugged peaks, remote valleys and glistening rivers. You'll stay in twin-share rooms in the old shearer's quarters which have been converted into a cosy, modern escape from civilisation.

Camping in New Zealand.
Wild camping on the Waimakariri River

Towards the finale of the expedition, you'll spend one night wild camping on the banks of the Waimakariri River. Your host will provide twin-share tents with sleeping mats, sleeping bags and pillows. If you're up for something even wilder on this night, you also have the option to put up a hammock in the trees at the camp spot to sleep beneath the stars.

Hotels along the route

You'll bunk down at a series of strategically selected hotels along the route, giving you some creature comforts and a well-earned night's sleep. You'll always stay in twin-share rooms with ensuite bathrooms, unless you request the optional private room upgrade. The hotels are as follows:

Hokitika: Beachfront Hotel or Kiwi Holiday Park
Kumara: Theatre Royal Hotel
Arthur's Pass National Park: Arthur’s Pass Alpine Motel
Springfield: Smylies


For solo travellers looking for their own space, an optional private room and tent can be booked for an extra charge, see Optional Extras for the price. Please request this at the time of booking (this is subject to availability). This covers all nights except for the two nights at Mount White Station – spaces are limited here, so a solo room is not possible in this remote location.

This trip has been rated as Moderate

This trip is graded as Moderate. Most days on this trip are of moderate difficulty, while other days will test your endurance and determination and be more akin to a Challenging level trip. The Goat Pass hike is particularly demanding, taking place in an exposed alpine environment with sections of untracked trails, riverbeds, and multiple river crossings. During this section, the support vehicle will not be available. An additional guide joins the group to assist with the Goat Pass crossing. The sense of isolation and wilderness is a prominent feature of this trip, so along with strong fitness levels, you should bring a love for the great untamed outdoors. To enjoy this epic trip to its fullest, you need to be confident hiking across uneven terrain and able to hike comfortably for up to 10-14 hours at a time (including breaks) with some steep uphill sections.

What if i need to skip an activity?

You can skip any part of this itinerary if you feel the need to. There is a support vehicle which accompanies the group throughout the trip, with the exception of the Goat Pass hike on Day 4. If you wish to skip Goat Pass, you'll need to decide this before the group begins the hike that day and there may be some additional costs to transfer you to the accommodation in Arthur's Pass where the group finishes the day.

What will I need to carry?

You'll need a larger bag suitable for all your belongings, which will be transported for you in the support vehicle, and a daypack to carry personal items during each day of hiking, cycling, or rafting. We suggest your daypack size be 30-35 litres to ensure you can carry plenty of water, snacks, good waterproofs, and other personal items along the route each day.

As a general rule, November to April are the most ideal months for travelling in New Zealand’s stunning outdoors. One of the most important things travellers need to know about the New Zealand climate is that it’s a maritime climate, as opposed to the continental climate typical of larger landmasses. Thanks to its position in the path of the ‘Roaring Forties’ and its mountainous terrain, New Zealand’s weather can change with amazing rapidity.

Because the weather can change so unexpectedly, you should be prepared for sudden changes in temperature and weather conditions. The temperature during South Island summers ranges from 10-30°C, with a pleasant 40-50% humidity. Higher altitudes are always considerably cooler, and snowfall is not uncommon even in summer. The Southern Alps act as a barrier to the moisture-laden winds coming west across the Tasman Sea, creating a wet climate on the west side of the mountains and a drier climate on the east side. The geography also creates a wind pattern, which in summer can be very hot, dry, and fierce. Maximum temperatures you may encounter range up to 30°C. Minimum temperatures expected in the Southern Alps in summertime are around -5°C.

The Area




Christchurch International Airport (CHC)

Any time on Day 1


Christchurch International Airport (CHC)

Any time on Day 10


Your host will meet the group based on the most common arrival time into Christchurch International Airport and will transfer you to your accommodation in downtown Christchurch. Those arriving at other times can take a shuttle or short taxi to your accommodation. On the last day of the trip, a shuttle will be arranged to take you back to the same airport in time for any onward flights. If you wish to arrive earlier or stay on later you will need to arrange your own transfers which is best done through Super Shuttle in advance.

Travel options

Christchurch is served by direct flights from Sydney, Brisbane, Singapore, Hong Kong, Guangzhou and San Francisco. Each of these connect with other major hubs in Europe and North America, so you can generally reach Christchurch with one stop en route depending on the airline you book with.

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What's included?

  • Tent, sleeping bag and sleeping mats for camping
  • Hybrid mountain bike and helmet
  • All rafting gear
  • Hiking poles (optional)

What's available to hire?

  • E-bike upgrade available if you wish to upgrade from a standard mountain bike for all cycling sections. See Optional Extras for price

What do I need to bring?


  • Soft overnight duffel bag or rucksack
  • Daypack (30+ litres)
  • Waterproof liner for your daypack


  • Waterproof jacket
  • Waterproof trousers
  • Breathable wicking layers
  • Fleece jacket or similar
  • Warm hat
  • Gloves
  • Buff or neckscarf
  • Lightweight trousers/shorts/skirts
  • T-shirts
  • Underwear and socks
  • Swimwear
  • Sunglasses
  • Sunhat
  • Sleepwear
  • Hiking boots with ankle support (worn-in)
  • Sandals


  • Universal travel plug adapter
  • Power bank or solar charger
  • Passports (and visas)
  • Travel insurance documents
  • Ear plugs
  • Insect repellent
  • Suncream
  • Personal first-aid kit (inc. blister treatment)
  • Personal items (biodegradable toiletries, sanitary wear etc)
  • Quick-dry towel
  • Alcohol hand-gel
  • Headtorch or torch
  • Reusable water bottle and/or bladder x2 litre
  • Biodegradable wet-wipes
  • Energy bars and snacks - read our article on Best Hiking Snacks
*Requests for optional extras can be made after booking on your “My Bookings” page

Upgrade to E-bike

Payable Before Departure

Upgrade to E-bike

Optional Private Room & Tent Upgrade

Payable Before Departure

Optional Private Room & Tent Upgrade

This trip is brand new

We’re still waiting to collect any reviews from other travellers on this trip. However, all our hosts go through an extensive vetting process to ensure that your adventure is awesome.

We partner with the World Land Trust to ensure this trip achieves Net-Zero emissions. We also support their Buy an Acre programme, helping local communities to buy and protect natural habitats in perpetuity.

What's the number?
It works out on average at 352kg of CO2 emissions per person, including all local transport, accommodation, food, activities, guides, staff and office operations.

The only thing it doesn’t include right now is flights and travel to the destination. We do make an overall estimate across all our customers separately, but as we don’t book flights, have customers from all corners of the world, and no way of reliably knowing their travel plans, we simply can’t include an individual number in the figure on display here. We’ve got a goal to fix that, so that when you book, there is a way to measure and mitigate the carbon emitted by your flight too.

But what does the number mean?
Yep, hard to picture eh? To give you an idea:

  • Driving 1000miles/1609km would be approx. 281kg of CO2 in an average car (or 140.5kg per person if there was 2 of you in it).
  • A return economy class flight London - New York would be approx. 1,619kg (1.66 tonnes) per person.
  • 10 trees in a temperate forest are estimated to remove approx. 250kg of CO2 from the air in a period of 5-10 years.

What are we doing about it?
Our trips are relatively low-carbon by design, and we're working with all our hosts to develop long term carbon reduction plans. We partner with the World Land Trust to ensure this trip achieves Net-Zero emissions. We also support their Buy an Acre programme, helping local communities to buy and protect natural habitats in perpetuity, ensuring the protection of the reserve and its wildlife.

Want to know more?
Amazingly, no international travel company has ever publicly published their carbon measurements before, as far as we know. We believe that must change, quickly. So we’re openly sharing the method we used in the hope that other companies will be able to more easily follow suit and build on what we've done so far. You'll find it all here.

From the moment you kick off on the west coast at the Tasman Sea on Day 2, to the final section reaching the Pacific Coast on Day 9, you'll be on an expedition-style trip, covering the required daily distances under your own steam by bike, on foot, or by river rafting. Your guide sets a pace that can be kept up by the entire group, with breaks for resting, refuelling on snacks, and water. You will stop for lunch each day along the route, and dinner is taken after reaching the next accommodation at the end of each section.

A support vehicle accompanies the group throughout the whole trip. When you finish a section - rafting, hiking, cycling, etc. - the support vehicle will be strategically waiting, ready with your next equipment or to transfer you to accommodation where needed. Everything is organised and supported so that you simply need to power yourself from coast to coast, without worrying about logistics. While the guides encourage and support everyone on the trip to complete the expedition successfully without using motorised transport, if you are unable to complete any section for any reason, the support vehicle will be on hand to take you to the next accommodation.

Note that for safety reasons, a small transfer is required on a section of the road between Kumara and Morrison's Bridge (near Otira) on Day 3. There is no road shoulder here, and traffic travels at 100 km/hour, so your host will transport everyone by vehicle for this part of the route.

The vast majority of this expedition can be completed even if the weather turns a little more challenging. If conditions become extreme, your host, who knows New Zealand better than almost anyone, will pivot to alternative options.

The one section of the expedition with a higher chance of being affected by bad weather is the crossing of Goat Pass. An additional guide is included for this crossing to help keep everyone safe. However, in the event of severe bad weather making the crossing impossible, an alternative hike will be undertaken. This will either be a climb up to the mountainous Temple Basin above Arthur’s Pass or a lower bush walk visiting Bealey Chasm and Punchbowl Falls.

Groups of 5 or fewer adventurers will have 1 main guide for the whole trip, plus an additional guide for the crossing of Goat Pass on Day 4.

Groups of 6 or more adventures will have 2 main guides for the whole trip, plus an additional guide for the crossing of Goat Pass on Day 4.

Yes, you can leave your excess luggage at the accommodation in Christchurch or at your host's office in Christchurch.

The drinking water in New Zealand is perfectly safe to drink, so you will be able to fill up at various points along the expedition. Your guide will advise each day where the refill opportunities are. Make sure your bring along at least 2 litres of carrying capacity in bottles and/or bladders. If you wish to safely refill from natural water sources in the Southern Alps, have a read of our guide on the best Water Filters for Adventurers

We recommend checking out the country specific information and also talking to a travel nurse.

You'll be riding a hybrid mountain bike on the cycling sections of this trip. Your host has a fleet of custom Avanti Discovery bikes, built to suit the New Zealand trails with the best characteristics of both hybrid and mountain bikes. The bikes have been adapted with faster-rolling tyres, upgraded suspension forks, an easy-shifting gear system, quality disc brakes, and a bike rack. The bikes have a more upright riding style, allowing you to take in the amazing scenery you'll encounter along the way.

The riding on the expedition is done on a variety of surfaces, all of which are perfectly rideable and enjoyable for anyone who can ride a bike to a basic standard. You will not need technical mountain biking skills or experience, and a full briefing will take place to ensure everyone's safety and enjoyment. The three types of trail you will encounter are as follows:

Compacted Gravel: The majority of the route along the West Coast Wilderness Trail is on compacted gravel, with a range of wide and narrower trails depending on the location. Riders need to be comfortable riding on uneven surfaces and understand that steering and braking will handle differently than on a sealed road.

Sealed Roads: There are some sections of very quiet backcountry roads where riders will need to be mindful of other road users and adhere to local traffic rules.

Boardwalks: There are some sections of boardwalk crossing over wetlands. Note that the boardwalk does not have a safety barrier, so the group will cycle at a gentle pace on these sections, with less time to take in the views.

Sure can! Over 70% of our travellers travel solo, it’s a great way to meet like-minded people.

New Zealand does not have a tipping culture, the price of an item on the bill is the price you pay, with tax included. There are no hidden extras. If you would like to reward your guide or waiting staff for incredible service, it is at your discretion. In this case, guides would be tipped around NZ$10 per day and waiting staff around 5-10% of the bill.

Our recommended travel insurance provider is Campbell Irvine.

Travel insurance is compulsory for all of our adventures and you are required to provide your policy information before departing.

Your insurance should include adequate protection for overseas medical treatment, evacuation/repatriation, your baggage and equipment and the specific activities involved on your adventure. We also strongly recommend it includes cancellation and curtailment insurance, should you be unable to join your trip for specific reasons such as illness.

We fully endorse Campbell Irvine as their insurance offers all of the above, so get in touch with them or call on 020 7938 1734 to get your insurance sorted. We suggest that you book travel insurance as soon as you book your adventure, just to cover you for any last-minute life changes. We know you’re an active lot and injuries do happen!

We automatically convert prices from the local currency that a host receives to your chosen currency. We update our exchange rates on a daily basis so this does mean that prices displayed on the site are subject to currency fluctuations, which is why you may see them change over time.

If you wish to change the currency you pay in, head to the bottom of the page.

All of our group adventures are specially designed for adults to enjoy (18+) as we want these adventures to bring together outdoorsy people who are truly like-minded. Children can be accommodated on some private departures.

You're always in good company on one of our adventures.

Our trips are typically made up of a mixture of solo travellers and small groups of 2 or 3 friends, with most in their 30s-50s.

Our sociable adventures are solo-friendly by design and naturally attract outdoorsy people with a shared mindset; a love for adventure, a desire to push themselves and meet awesome, like-minded people along the way.

It’s this camaraderie that has so often turned a great adventure into a life-changing one.

Don't just take our word for it:

  • 95% of people rate the group dynamics on our trips 5/5
  • 90% of people recommend joining a trip to make new friends
  • 75% of people have met people on our trips that they would now consider friends

See here for more info about the Much Better Adventures tribe.

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