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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