Great Walks


earliest bushwalking memory is of my dad (a trapper at the time, now one of our guides!) taking my younger brother and I to the Coromandel Peninsula on the North island’s southeast to climb Mt Kaitarakihi. I was nine and my brother seven. At 6.6km return, an 852m summit and elevation of around

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Bard In The Woods
SCOTTISH author Robert Louis Stevenson (1850-1894) is most well known for his novels Kidnapped and Treasure Island but he was also a keen outdoorsman and his 1878 memoir Travels with a Donkey in the Cévennes recounts his 12-day, 200km solo hike throu
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Mount Arapiles, Vic
Located in the Wimmera plains of western Victoria, Mount Arapiles-Tooan State Park covers 7500 hectares and is valuable for nature conservation, with around 14% of the state’s flora species found in the area. As for fauna, you’ll spot kangaroos, shin
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The Path Ahead
IF 2020 was a bushwalking track it’d be graded Challenging and require all your skills to navigate. The weather would be unpredictable and maps unreliable. The path would be littered with broken trees and slippery rocks. You’d realise you left some i