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Your backcountry needs you! Will you step up to the challenge of designing New Zealand's backcountry flag? Find out how to submit your designs by clicking the relevant links on the website or on p26 of the August issue.

Running the Routeburn Track every day could quite possibly be the best commute in the world. Wilderness talks to the couple who have made a livelihood out of it.

Which child carrier is best: Macpac's Possum or Osprey's Poco Plus? We do the 'hard' yards to find out. Plus Patagonia's nano Air jacket is reviewed for the first time in New Zealand - does it live up to the hype?

Join two friends as they climb Mt Aspiring and then paraglide from the Bonar Glacier to the valley floor below and take a more sedate journey on bike along three Otago cycle trails.

All this plus lots of trip ideas in the August issue
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