NZ, November/December 2020, extended Day walks,Kayak, Backpacking, Grade 3 and 4

NZ, November/December 2020, extended Day walks,Kayak, Backpacking, Grade 3 and 4

From November 14, 2020 7:30 am until December 09, 2020 7:00 pm

Posted by Iris Joss

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15th of November 2020,  Milford Track, 53.5 km, you must carry a pack of about 8-10 kg.over 4 Days. it comes with a bed, shower,all food and a cruise at the end.profile-milford-daysbottom-dttabv2.png


 24th of November 2020, Abel Tasman, we'r getting fancy for this one.60 km Day pack only the Luggage gets shifted on. Option for Kayak on some days. Board and Food

1th of December 2020,Heaphy Track. 7 Days,78.4 km Backpacking. We're booking the Doc Huts so we do not have to carry a tent or Mat.There is going to be some extra cost on transport to and from the Track.




Please let me know which walk(s) your interested in so i can send some info.


Overnight Event Packing list

Current Medical Information Form FOUND ON THE WEBSITE HERE

  • Bedding 
  • Tent (sharing sections of the tent is an option)
  • Sleeping Bag
  • Bag Liner
  • Mattress
  • Pillow 
  • Bed Clothing
  • Thermals - top and bottom
  • Second layer - top and bottom
  • Warm Gloves beanie and dry socks
  • Keep clothing in a water tight bag - zip lock - dry bags etc.. 
  • Wet Weather / Cold
  • Rain jacket
  • Down jacket
  • Fleece jacket
  • Warm Gloves and Water Proof Over Glove plus a Benie or suitable walk hat.
  • Essentials
  • Tooth Brush and paste
  • Any medication ( please inform leader if necessary Allergies etc)
  • Personal first aid 
  • Water to drink and prepare meal ( some locations and walks have water on site or en route )
  • Leader should inform the group re water supply
  • Tablets for water ( be safe rather than get a bug ) ( water purification tablets )
  • Toilet paper and trowl to dig appropiate hole.
  • Food
  • Dehydrated food for weight considerations
  • 3 Meals , plus snacks.  per day.  
  • Stove (another item that can be shared) 
  • Plate and cuttlery 
  • Cup for warm drink  your choice
    Fully charged and credit loaded up phone
  • The club has 1 Personal Locator Beacon and 1 emergency SPOT device and 3 First Aid Kits

Multi Day Walks

Preparation and planning for multi day walks can turn into a monumental exercise. There is no substitute for working from a list. The bottom line is to ensure that nothing crucially important is forgotten and secondly that you can actually lift the pack off the ground and attach it to your body. Thirdly its a good idea to check out if you can walk with this encumbrance! 

Your leader may provide you with a detailed list of equipment and food you will require appropriate to the event being undertaken. 


Suitable for most ages and fitness levels. Some bushwalking experience recommended. Track may have short steep hill sections, a rough surface and many steps.


Bushwalking experience recommended. Tracks may be long, rough and very steep. Directional signage may be limited. 

What to Bring LINK
Walks Grade LINK