Discover a world of wild, mysterious and audacious journeys with Bruce Ansley as he retraces famous and infamous paths, tracks, and routes across New Zealand.
Walking is one of the most popular recreational activities in New Zealand. The 365 short walks presented here mean both locals and overseas visitors will never be at a loss to find a short walk anywhere in the country.
There is an astounding wealth of Māori landmarks to be explored in New Zealand. This book includes nearly 200 short walks that take you to volcanic summits, lakes and islands, dramatic pa sites, historic monuments and carved meeting houses.
In a country blessed with hundreds of spectacular tracks to choose from, these are considered the best of the best. They pass through some of our most breath-taking landscapes - including golden sand beaches, ancient rainforests and high mountains.
Denis Dwyer embarks on a series of day-walks and provides detail about each track. In humorous, good-natured style, he travels through countryside, towns, and islands. He covers a vast array of landscapes in his travels.
Written by Shaun Barnett, this book uses latest generation 'bird's eye' computer-generated maps, showing a tramping route in three dimensions something unable to be achieved with a conventional topographical map.
Through the pages of this book author Paul Garland takes the reader on a 3,000 km personal journey the length of New Zealand, from Cape Reinga on the tip of the North Island, to the small coastal town of Bluff at the very bottom of the South Island.
Great Walks of New Zealand is a tribute to New Zealand’s eight finest walking tracks, by renowned wilderness photographer Craig Potton. Combining words and photographs, readers are inspired to new experiences on these magnificent tracks.
Suitable for people of all ages, these walks are proving popular with everyone. Each walk has its own distinctive character. Illustrated with photographs, each chapter also includes an informative bird's eye map.
There is an extraordinary range of landscape and walking challenges in this book. There are all types of walks for all types of people. Every walk has notes on track conditions, access and facilities, along with a topographical map.
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