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Otago Conservation Board Sticks to its Guns

The Otago Conservation Board has consistently rejected the Department of Conservation’s 2013 decision to grant an increase in guided walk numbers on the Routeburn track – knowing that the […]

Remarkables road needs to re-open

Trampers and climbers want the very popular access road to the Rastus Burn Conservation Area and Remarkables Mountains overlooking Queenstown reopened to the public. The road was closed at […]

Pike River Proposal Praised

FMC is praising the Pike River Mine families’ proposal for land surrounding the site of the mine tragedy to be added to the Paparoa National Park as a permanent […]

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Winging its way to your club or your letterbox...the 199th FMC Bulletin...March 2015 ... See MoreSee Less

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Young climbers Daniel Joll, Steven Fortune are passionate about helping younger climbers and raising the bar of alpinism in New Zealand. You might know someone who could be interested - or perhaps this is you! ... See MoreSee Less

We are very excited to announce that applications to join the New Zealand Alpine team are now open! Check out alpineteam.co.nz/about for more information, and share this post to any 18-25 year olds you think would be keen to apply. Good luck! Macpac Jetboil NZ TENDON Bobo Products GU Energy New Zealand Applications close May 30th.

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A note from DOC regarding the Heaphy Track: "Please note that the Kohaihai River mouth is currently blocked and is causing flooding over the track. The track can be impassable especially at high tide, but visitors can expect water at any time of day until such time as a flood event blows out the river mouth entrance. We will be monitoring the situation." Photo: Pat Holland ... See MoreSee Less

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