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Booked our A2O experience through Cycle Journeys. They organised all the accommodation around our schedule. Some phenomenal places to stay – Braemar Staion and the Tokarahi Huts were absolute stand outs. Often all meals were provided and wherever the next day did not provide easy purchasing options we were provided with a packed lunch. The trail is well marked and easy to follow. At the start we were given an overview briefing about wb state electricity board recruitment 2015 each day of the ride, it would have been simpler to accommodate this into the daily notes as we forgot too much gas jobs crna. The notes provided for each day helped us locate our accommodation relatively easily, although occasionally the distances were not entirely accurate. Most of the useful information was in the A2O pamphlet anyway, which we carried with us and used daily. Despite a couple of days of rainy weather we had a really good time. Descriptions of the trail are accurate – needs at least some reasonable cycling fitness, but overall is a relatively easy trail with a couple of harder sections. We brought our own bikes, Cycle Journeys did the rest. They shuttled us up to Mt Cook and picked us up again at the end. Service was friendly and accommodating including storing our bike bags for us and giving us access to bike cleaning and workshop at the end k gas station of the ride (we shuttled back up to Twizel). They went the extra mile giving… Booked our A2O experience through Cycle Journeys. They organised all the accommodation around our schedule. Some phenomenal places to stay – Braemar Staion and the Tokarahi Huts were absolute stand outs. Often all meals were provided and wherever the next day did not provide easy purchasing options we were provided with a packed lunch. The trail is well marked and easy to follow. At the start we were given an overview briefing about each day of the ride, it would have been simpler to accommodate this into the daily notes as we forgot too much. The notes provided for each day helped us locate our accommodation relatively easily, although occasionally the distances were not entirely accurate k electric jobs. Most of the useful information was in the A2O pamphlet anyway, which we carried with us and used daily. Despite a couple of days of rainy weather we had a really good time. Descriptions of the trail are accurate – needs at least some reasonable cycling fitness, but overall is a relatively easy trail with a couple of harder sections. We brought our own bikes, Cycle Journeys did the rest. They shuttled us up to Mt Cook and picked us up again at the end. Service was friendly and electricity meme accommodating including storing our bike bags for us and giving us access to bike cleaning and workshop at the end of the ride (we shuttled back up to Twizel). They went the extra mile giving us and our packed bikes a lift to the bus stop the day after our ride. Service, brilliant. Accommodation overall was great. Daily notes could be improved, but easily got us to our destinations. We have used several different NZ cycle companies for various rides, Cycle Journeys are among the top for friendly service and willingness to accommodate guests. Some others electricity in water cycling at the same time as us had issues such as batteries for e-bikes left behind, but these were quickly rectified. A couple of suggestions for improvements would be to provide google maps from the trail or town to the accommodation each day, and it would be useful if more of their staff had recently ridden 9gag instagram videos the trail end to end to provide up-to-date experiential knowledge. If you are considering this trail, some tips: Take the early shuttle to Mt Cook (we went the day before) to enjoy the views, as you will be cycling with some of the best views to your back. Remember when riding to stop often and turn around to enjoy the views. Stay a nignt at the Hermitage at Mt Cook if you can – phenomenal views. Start your ride from the actual top at Mt Cook and include the helicopter ride. It is expensive, but totally worth it for the experience. Break the first day into two and stay at Braemar station – absolutely electricity quiz grade 9 worth it. Book a hot tub at Omarama, expensive but soooo good. Take a tail light and use it for the road sections so that you are more visible to motorists as there is often no cycle shoulder. We were told that most of the road sections will be eliminated during 2018. If you are basically fit and can handle a bike on packed gravel, just do it. We throughly enjoyed ourselves. No regrets. More Show less