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  • Live the track, breath the track, eat the track for breakfast. A sub-30 PK.

      What better way to spend Valentines day than with a couple of good mates thrashing yourself half to death along the Tararua tops.  That’s what Kieran, Ben and I thought anyway.   After 4hrs sleep at Putara (thanks to Guy for camping with us and taking that gear back to Wellington!) we were away.  Having done a previous PK ...
    Posted to Trip Reports (Forum) by Richard on February 18, 2009
  • Interested in coming to Arthurs Pass at Mid year (or to the Kaimanawas at QB)?...

    ... if so, then come along on tuesday and I'll show a few photos from the Arthurs Pass area to pique your interest in the mid year trip. I've got a smattering of photos from about a dozen trips there, north/south/east west of the park and two mid winter trips. From easy valley wanderings to climbing some of the pointier hills.  ...
    Posted to General (Forum) by Richard on May 18, 2008
  • Draft Regional Walking Plan

    I work in Communications at Greater Wellington Regional Council and wanted to let your club know about the draft regional walking plan on which Greater Wellington is currently seeking comment. Feedback from members would be most welcome. Details of the plan are at If you need any more information, please don't hesitate to ...
    Posted to General (Forum) by Kieran on April 30, 2008
  • Re: Hut-bagging, lost sheep style?

    Future note to all hut baggers... Don't take me.  Most recent disregard to hut bagging includes MacGregor Biv, Tararuas.  Foggy day, walked straight passed it (within 10 meters or so) and I couldn't be arsed to go back and find it.  Puh - 50 meters! Did you hear Mr Richie that the Tararua Hut Bagging comp has been extended until ...
    Posted to Trip Reports (Forum) by Belle on February 12, 2007
  • Abel Tasman October 2005

    Abel Tasman October 2005 - Warning Girly Trip Followsby Annabel Beattie It all began one Monday morning on the Kaitiaki in the middle of Wellington harbour amidst pouring rain. Our dream girly trip - booze, beautiful beaches and no boys - had just begun. Then someone who shall remain nameless realised what that niggly feeling that ...
    Posted to Trip Reports (Forum) by Hannah on October 20, 2006
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