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Our July issue features 23 trips for you to try this winter, from coastal walks that avoid snow altogether, to multidays in the mountains to get right amongst it.

We meet some remarkable people too. We hear from the modern-day pioneers, venturing into canyons never before explored by human foot. We speak to the chap trying to reach all of DOC's 970 huts in as many days. We also talk to Norman Hardie - the climber who, in the 1950s, achieved a Himalayan ascent even tougher than Everest.

Ricky French demonstrates how to make the most of a week off by cramming three tramps into seven days.

This month we also have a new section for those who like easier walks with a warm bed, hot shower and fine food awaiting you at the end of the day. This issue we enjoy luxury weekends away to central Waikato and the Otago Peninsula.

Also, don't miss your FREE copy of NZ Trail Runner attached to each issue.
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