Photography, Joanna Walden.
Hidden in the depths of the Wairarapa is an absolute treasure for adventure enthusiasts of all ages. A short drive from Martinborough
Photo Yevhenii Dubrovskyi, Unsplash
Hill walking provides a natural full-body workout, for free.
And walking is one of the things we can do in lockdown so
Waiorongomai Valley offers myriad tramping tracks including the historic Butler’s Incline.
Step back in time and follow pack tracks and old tramlines from the Waikato’s
Words by Kelsey Waters
It was a solo hiking trip along the Abel Tasman Coast Track in the middle of winter that made me fall
Words and Photography by Clarissa Hirst
Take time out to hear the birdsong and spot the locals on this island paradise only a short
Walking the Ngā Tapuwae o Toi Trail near Whakatāne is an opportunity to learn about Toitehuatahi (Toi) acknowledged as the principal ancestor of many
Photo: Mt BarneyThey are symbols of state pride, landscapes of extraordinary beauty and often places of scientific or conservation value. National Parks are also
Image: The Hunting LodgeWith many locals leaving for a change of scenery this summer, Auckland’s usual traffic vanishes, making those few weeks during the