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We don't Just tramp, we climb too! The skillsets offten overlap, esspecily if you get into canyons or mountainearing.
We will a chill day at Pukarua Bay, learning to belay, repell, and possibly lead.
The climbing is not what you might call world class (or even 'good'), but the beach is a lovely place to be, with stunning views of Karpiti Island.
34 people attending this trip.
George Cory Darroch
Heading north this easter for some sweet sweet sharp pockets. Probably at Froggatt edge.
This is not a beginner trip, dont fret we will be running more entry level trips later in the year.
Heading up Thursday evening back sometime on Monday night
5 people attending this trip.
An easish tramp with a focus on playing portable boardgames in appropriately named locations.
Plan will be tramp up to Kime Hut on Friday to stay the night, and play games such as Werewolf, Coup, Bananagram or Codenames. With enough interest, I could also run a Dungeons and Dragons game.
If the weather permits we will also attempt to play something on Tabletop itself, however it is exposed and prone to wind.
Depending on time, cars and interest, the trip could be extended into a three day trip to do the southern crossing over the long weekend.
If you have ideas for games or have suggestions for what you want to play, feel free to contact me. I may be able to source the game to be played.
2 people attending this trip.
Come get on top of Wellington. Wander across the top of the hills at the back of Wellington, find stunning views of both with the city on one side and with farm land and ocean on the other.
We will meet at Karori Park Playground at 10am Sunday morning.
Bus to Karori (#3 from town): $5
Train back to Town: $5 ($4 off peak)
-Raincoat (Preferably wind proof)
If anyone has any issues with dogs please tell me.
4 people attending this trip.
A nice long trip through the Kaweka range over Easter weekend, with a spot of hot pools. more info to come
1 people attending this trip.
A bit of everything in one day!
A medium fit/hard trip, expect 20km walking uneven tracks, several hours off track and about 1000m uphill, some rain, some sun.
Here a quick description:
- Start from Marchant Roadend (Kiwi Ranch/YMCA youth camp)
- Smith Creek Shelter
- Marchant Stream
- Off track up to 586 and further up to the track, just a kilometre NE of Marchant.
- From there back via track to Dobson Track / road end.
have a look at the topo map here.
1 people attending this trip.
"It is a truth universally accknowleged that a student in possesion of feet is in want of a tramp" - Jane Austin, while packing.
Books have words at the beginning, in the middle and at the end. The best bits of a book are words. University is a bit like this, except with tramping.
So, the first tramp on the new semester (for some):
Freshers is our largest, most charismatic, most loveable, and most sociable trip of the year. It is like avocado, but as a hike.
Expect some walking, medows, bonfires, a party, and some more walking.
Whats the route?
On Friday we will get a bus to Waiohine. Waiohine gorge road and camp for the night.
Saturday will be an easy 3-4 hour walk to Totara Flats.
On Sunday we will walk out to Holdsworth Road end, maybe 5 hours.
We will carry out everything we take in, including all rubish.
Cool! Sign up below and meet at the Hunter Carpark at Victoria University at 5:30pm on Friday 16 March
What do I need?
-Dinner for Friday
-2 days of lunches and snacks
-We will provide everyone with flys to sleep under
-You need a raincoat, sleeping bag, head torch, and other personal tramping gear:
And the cost?
The Cost will be $40. This includes transport, x2 breakfasts, x1 dinner, and group gear.
"Romeo Romeo wherefor art thou Romeo" - Romeo was lost, don't be Romeo
74 people attending this trip.
Aran and Ivan's group
Camilla Skogstad Hæreid
Muhaimin Mohd Fudzail