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This is old thread but by the way thanks for sharing with us the great articles. https://www.treasurebox.co.nz is also one of the best store where we find lots of things ...
Quentin Mccreedy was gripped by the thrill of "stag fever" when he lined up and shot another hunter, in the mistaken belief he was about to bag a deer. Mccreedy, ...
Rivers, rain, knee deep muddy tracks. Feet get wet. I always have crocs in my pack for hut/camp wear. I never use them for river crossings. I just get wet ...
Stuff refers to him as a ‘tourist tramper’ in their article. I wonder if he had adequate gear as it talks about a fall from a ridge - presumably ice ...
Looks like the Wakarara Rd to Makaroro River access is open again: https://www.doc.govt.nz/parks-and-recreation/places-to-go/manawatu-whanganui/places/ruahine-forest-park/things-to-do/tracks/wakarara-road-end-routes/ "From the carpark, follow a poled route (marked with orange track markers) along the farmers fence line and through ...
I have been over Unknown Col, from the Unknown to the Mathias. We did it in early summer (Dec-Jan), when the upper Unknown valley was full of avalanche debris - ...
FYI Routeguides website back up www.routeguides.co.nz
Yep, it's working fine now.
she was crossing with one of the guys at least, then they got seperated half way across.
Thanks for the pic aardvark. Yes glennj I would take a pair of gymies for this as I need dry boots for winter hunting.
too many muppets for doc to sift out... easier to be conservative i had to argue to pick up my hut tickets once because bad weather was coming and they wanted ...
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