Tramping in New Zealand.
Tramping = walking in the outdoors. Usually it means carrying your clothes, food, sleeping bag and sometimes a tent. Some people call it bushwalking or hiking, but it's always called tramping in New Zealand.
Sometimes you have tracks - maybe even a road a 4 wheel drive vehicle could use. Sometimes you just have a direction like "downstream".
Auckland Catholic Tramping Club.
Auckland Catholic Tramping club tramps every Sunday in the bush surrounding Auckland. We also have weekend tramps, ski weekends and a South Island trip each summer.
Avon Tramping Club.
We aim to organise safe tramping, educational, entertainment and social activities for members; and to support other organisations dedicated to the protection of the outdoors.
We schedule day tramps every Wednesday and Sunday, and over long weekends, and occasionally additional overnight tramps during the weekends or weekdays. Day trips usually leave Christchurch around 8am and return around 6pm, but this varies with the season. We lead trips to Banks Peninsular, or to the nearby mountains of Arthur's Pass and Craigieburn.
Canterbury University Tramping Club.
The club offers a wide range of activities throughout the year associated both directly and indirectly with tramping. There are regular trips designed for people of all grades of fitness and experience.
Christchurch Tramping Club.
The Christchurch Tramping Club (CTC) has members of all ages and runs tramping trips every week. Our trips range from easy (requiring no previous experience) to hard (requiring a high level of fitness and experience). We also organise some instruction courses, have some equipment for hire, and hold informal weekly meetings and other social events.
North Shore Tramping Club.
The North Shore Tramping Club has a membership representing a broad cross section of age groups. The standard of tramping done by the club is representative of the areas we have access to. Most of the day trips will focus on the area surrounding Auckland City (ie Waitakere Ranges, Hunua Ranges) with longer day trips going to areas further afield (eg: Waikato area, Coromandel Ranges, Northland). Opportunity is also taken for coastal walks and family days to local reserves. Every attempt is made to arrange trips further afield around NZ and the longer public holidays usually mean a trip to some great tramping areas.
Peninsula Tramping Club.
OUR CLUB - consists of people of all ages who tramp for recreation. Regular trips are organised, ranging from ‘easy’ to ‘hard’, day trips to long weekends. Various instruction courses run each year to improve members’ skills for back country tramping. In addition to a monthly club meeting, a variety of social events are held.
Tararua Tramping Club.
If you're interested in outdoor activities, conservation issues, or simply need some healthy exercise and want to meet some friendly people, we may have what you're looking for.
Wellington Tramping and Mountaineering Club.
Wellington Tramping and Mountaineering Club are passionate about the outdoors and have been for more than 50 years. We offer a wide range of activities, an opportunity to meet new people, and a fun-filled recreational experience.
Alpine Recreation Ltd.
Alpine Recreation Ltd offers hiking, climbing and ski touring in the Mount Cook Region of the Southern Alps of New Zealand.
KiwiNewZ is another web "presence" - information and travel tips for the modern eco traveller as we say with lots of informative autoresponders, sample itineraries, photos, native birds and general NZ info.
Kiwi Wilderness Walks
Kiwi Wilderness Walks operate 3-5 day guided tramps to Stewart Island and the Waitutu and Dusky tracks.
Fairydown New Zealand Ltd.
Whether it's to the top of Mt Everest, across the Antarctic, the Milford Track, Mt Cook or else further afield to visit Big Ben, Piccadilly Circus or the Pyramids, Fairydown looks forward to helping you prepare for your personal challenge.
MacPac New Zealand Ltd.
Macpac has now been in existence for over 25 years and is still privately owned, whose objective is based on making high quality products not just profits.
Mainland Great Outdoors Centre.
For the past eight years we have supplied quality outdoor equipment to Cantabrians and visitors to the region. Our large retail store is located in the heart of Christchurch, the South Islands major city.
McEwings Mountain Sports.
We stock a wide range of equipment for climbers, trampers, skiers and snowboarders plus gear for adventure travel. So whether you are just after equipment for your weekend trips or you are planning a trip to the wilder parts of the world we have the equipment for you.
Mountain Designs - New Zealand Outdoor Store.
An online store where can purchase all your equipment needed for those wild advantures to the outdoors.
Terralink Map Shop.
An online store where you can purchase maps for anywhere in New Zealand.
New Zealand MetService.
The latest weather forcasts for all New Zealand for all outdoor activities.
New Zealand Department of Conservation.
The Department of Conservation (DOC) is one of the few Government agencies with a mandate to help people enjoy themselves in the outdoors. In addition to its role in protecting New Zealand's natural and historic heritage. This site provides information on tracks, huts and other aspects of tramping.