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    • Junior Bushcraft Course 2020
      • 25 Jun 2020
      • Wellington Tramping and Mountainneering Club
      • Our family group lucked in to the most perfect weather to go bush as Wellington’s run of perfect weather weekends continued in March for the Bushcraft 1.0 lead by the inimitable Bazza C, a super-organised, patient, knowledgeable guide.  Our task was to i) pack, ii) get to the designated meeting point at iii) a particular ... Read more
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    • Baring Head Conservation Trip
      • 27 May 2020
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      • A club trip with a Saturday 9am start feels a bit decadent.  Grabbing some extra large almond croissants on the way to the meeting point, more so.  Even better though is the cause we are off to support – helping the Friends of Baring Head Trust in their work to restore the natural habit around ... Read more
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    • Zealandia Boundary Fence
      • 26 May 2020
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      • We met at 8 am by the carpark opposite 31 Waiapu Road. Maj-Britt suggested an early start to avoid any overcrowding on the trail. Also, the weather forecast was not great and we hoped to get around the loop before the bad weather arrived. As it turned out we were only three so it was ... Read more
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      • Zealandia, Lake Road, Highbury, Wellington, Wellington Region, 6011, New Zealand (OpenStreetMap)


    • NZ Sub Antarctic Islands
      • 12 May 2020
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      • Aimee visited the Sub-Antarctic Islands and Antarctica in January 2020 and writes about the part of her journey that fascinated her the most – the wildlife. The hurricane force winds, towering waves and bitter cold of the Southern Ocean might lead one to think that the Sub-Antarctic Islands and Antarctica must be inhospitable and lifeless ... Read more
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    • Photo comp
      • 6 May 2020
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      • Given that Wed club nights are unlikely to start again soon the three organisers of the 2020 WTMC Photo Competition have decided that it should be planned to be conducted on-line. This also follows the recommendations of the FMC who run the NZ-wide competition. So – the plan at the moment is to have entries ... Read more
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    • Lodge Update – Our Maunga – May 2020
      • 5 May 2020
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      • The scheduled lodge committee meeting was held at the end of April. We discussed the usual subjects and in particular, the subject that we are all dealing with in our own way. At this stage we are all in agreement that we will not be able to open the lodge until we reach alert level ... Read more
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    • From our maunga – Autumn update
      • 14 Apr 2020
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      • Well, we could expect wind, no snow, eruption or earthquake to disrupt our mountain activities but not a nasty hidden bug, no, I will call it a beast. Things have been going very well for our lodge and users with plenty of activity in the summer as well as the winter despite weather problems for ... Read more
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    • From the President…in February
      • 27 Feb 2020
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      • It’s almost the end of summer but hopefully we’ve got plenty of that lovely stable autumn weather to come. This is always the time of year I start to try and squeeze in all the tramping trips I planned for actual summer which never happened so I’m looking forward to a busy March in the ... Read more
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    • Two Thumb Range
      • 12 Jan 2020
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      • As is a common occurrence, this trip started life as three days of perfect weather camping in the basin below the Dasler Pinnacles and attempting to climb one of the Pinnacles. Of course, the weather made us consider a few alternatives as there had been some significant rain during the week previous, which meant we ... Read more
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    • Hollyford Pyke
      • 11 Jan 2020
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      • Hollyford Pyke packraft The Hollyford Pyke circuit seems to defy gravity. You start at the Hollyford Road end and paddle down the Hollyford River, across Lake McKerrow, and down the estuary to the wild west coast at Martins Bay. You walk north around the coast to Big Bay and then inland for 3 hours on ... Read more
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