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What did you get up to last weekend?

Above: Flowering kowhai added to the spectacular coastal views for Dargaville Tramping Group’s tramp over northern sections of Maunganui Bluff


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Sam and Alex Logan tramped Whirinaki Forest Park


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Stu McKellar-Basset spent climbed Taranki and spent four  days waiting out a whiteout and blizzard in Syme Hut


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James,  Taina, Paige and Rylee Corric walked into Mangatainoka Hot Springs for the girls’ first multiday tramp


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Grace Marchant had to block her nose at the Waitewheta Clearing long drop


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Billie and Luka Hadler walked up Mt Harper


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Lisa Podlucky paddled Rai Falls in the Marlborough Sounds


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The Mercer family tramped into Coal Creek in Ruahine Forest Park


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Trampers from Oxford Baptist Church and YWAM battled wind and rain on the Hawdon-Edwards route in Arthurs Pass NP


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Blair Cottam tramped Woolshed Creek at Mt Somers with his brother Darren.

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