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    • President’s report May 2020
      • 28 May 2020
      • Wellington Tramping and Mountainneering Club
      • I hope you’re all staying safe and well, and are able to get out on some tracks now that we’re at Level 2. I’ve managed a few walks on my local steps, some with my pack and my trusty boots, and including a wonderful morning recently around the Zealandia Fenceline with two other club members. ... Read more
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      • Zealandia, Lake Road, Highbury, Wellington, Wellington Region, 6011, New Zealand (OpenStreetMap)


    • Baring Head Conservation Trip
      • 27 May 2020
      • Wellington Tramping and Mountainneering Club
      • 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
      • Wellington Tramping and Mountainneering Club
      • 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)


    • Blue Lake Hut
      • 27 Feb 2020
      • Wellington Tramping and Mountainneering Club
      • Our target for the weekend was Blue Lake Hut, nestled in the Nelson Lakes National Park next to reputedly the clearest water in the world – Blue Lake with 80 meters of visibility. Walking in and out on the same track, we conservatively estimated eight hours of tramping each day. Our weekend jaunt to the ... Read more
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