This track starts at the first Arrow River Bridge at the end of Ford Street and travels up the side of the hill to the Crown Terrace and ends at Glencoe Road. It was built by Thomas Tobin as an access to Wanaka. 
At the top are two chairs in memory of a Wakatipu pioneering family and they are a great place to sit and ponder the views.

Length:   Approximately 4.4kms return

Fitness level:  Suitable for the fitter person,

Special gear: Just comfortable shoes

Time required to complete the circuit: 1 hour to 2 hours

Weather considerations: Any time is suitable.

Starting Point: At the bottom of Ford Street and take the bridge to the other side of the river.

Definitely: Dogs should be on a lead.

Leave only footprints and take only photos.

Bring home your rubbish and take your doggie scooper with you.

Suitable for mountain bikes.

This track is a legal road and is maintained by the Queenstown Lakes District Council.

Access Map here: Queenstown Trails Map