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Living in New Zealand where there are no native mammals (aside from bats), I was most looking forward to experiencing some of Tasmania’s unique wildlife. Marsupials, or pouched mammals, are most common and range from the famous Tasmania Devil to the now extinct Tasmania Tiger. While many of these mammals are at risk...

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The first thing Jenna said when she saw Mueller Hut was “That’s the most beautiful hut I’ve ever seen”. That pretty much sums up our whole weekend in Mount Cook National Park! Winter is officially here! Check out our photos and blog from Mueller Hut

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Our first stop during our 10 day adventure in Tasmania was to explore Wineglass Bay in Freycinet National Park. Hailed as one of the top 10 beaches in the world, Wineglass Bay is known for its white sand and crystal clear blue waters. Surprisingly though, it didn’t get its name from its...

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Mueller Hut has been on our ‘must do’ list for quite a while now. Located at 1800m on the Sealy Range in Mount Cook National Park, it provides 360 degree views of glaciers, ice cliffs, vertical rock faces and New Zealand’s highest peaks. With our newly acquired mountaineering skills,...

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Mount Tarawera in Rotorua is best known for its 1886 eruption killing 120 people. Today a colourful crater remains that you can hike including a 400m long scree run. This is one of Rotorua’s best kept secrets! Check out our photos and blog from Mount Tarawera  

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Mount Rinjani in Lombok, Indonesia has been on Jordan’s bucket list for nearly 10 years. It was one of the top destinations on his mind when he was planning his post-graduate trip, however Peru and the Inca Trail won out in the end. Since then he’s been wanting to...

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This winter we have partnered with Kathmandu to adventure test their new Winter 15 gear. We have purchased a lot of Kathmandu gear over the last two years, which has served us well on many adventures in New Zealand, so when deciding where to test our gear we wanted...

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The Tasman Peninsula, just south of Hobart in Tasmania is known for it’s rugged eastern coastline located within the beautiful Tasman National Park. Offering dramatic fluted sea cliffs, sea caves to explore, historic shipwrecks and playful wildlife, the day paddle with Roaring 40’s kayaking is touted as the most spectacular in Tasmania....

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Here’s the first episode of our new web series – Wild Tasmania! Cradle Mountain in Tasmania is one of the coolest looking mountains out there and an amazing climb. We hiked in the first afternoon to stay at the Scott Kilver hut and back tracked the second day around...

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I can remember during my first week working in Wellington, I was chatting with my co-worker about some of the Great Walks we had done during our initial 6 week roadtrip around New Zealand. She handed me a ‘Wellington Tramping’ book and after breezing through the options, I landed...

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