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It is inevitable that as soon as a young child arrives on a ski field, zipped into multiple layers of...
I’m sliding into a blank white abyss and I can’t see a thing. Snowflakes stick to my face.
The 300km Alps to Ocean Trail (the A2O) connects Aoraki Mt Cook with Ōamaru, flowing as the water does, from...
Known in other countries as hiking, bushwalking or trekking, tramping is a uniquely New Zealand term and one fitting the...
The upper reaches of the Kaituna River are pretty and placid enough.
Many visitors to Fiordland don’t believe in Mitre Peak.
All-in-all there are over 60 sites of bygone volcanic activity scattered about the Auckland isthmus.
They’ll tell you when you’re standing at the confluence and delta of the Rees and Dart rivers that you’re only...
Known as Roto-Vegas for good reason, the Rotorua tourist trail is bright, exciting and loaded with thrills.
You can tell a lot about an island from the rubble at its edges.
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