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In the January 2015 issue we ask: Could you climb Cook? Typically seen as a mountaineer's peak, we find out what it would take for a tramper to get to the highest point in New Zealand.

Wilderness goes to Rakiura and finds kiwi aplenty, not to mention other wildlife like dolphins spotted from a hut balcony.

Find out what kids want - trust us, it'll make your family tramps much more enjoyable!

Keep fit and supple with our on-the-trail yoga moves - practise them at the hut.

Plus, subscribe this month and you'll go in the draw to win one of 12 MapToaster digital mapping packages worth $249.
From the car park head up the Rees Valley, climbing the terrace to Twenty Five Mile Hut - not a...
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Length: 39.6km
Time: 3 days
Grade: Moderate
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A big improvement over the previous Hubba Hubba
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For fast and light three season trips, the NeoAir is the...
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A mat that needs more TLC than the others in this review,...
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Vaude’s Norrsken mat tipped the scales as the heaviest in...
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