How to Choose the Best Hiking Boots

How to Choose the Best Hiking Boots

If you love hiking in the hills or the backcountry, choosing the right footwear is key for the best and most comfortable journey.   But before you lace up, it is important you know what boot is best for you. Here’s our Further Faster Guide on how to select the best hiking and tramping boot for you. Leather boots, waterproof, light weight trai...
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How to Choose The Best Pack Back for Hiking

How to Choose The Best Pack Back for Hiking

The right back pack can make a big difference to the comfort and distance of your adventure, making it one of the most important bits of gear you can own. This ‘How to’ will help you narrow down your options and answer some common questions.   What Activity do I need my Pack for? Most backpacks are specifically designed for their designated ...
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How to clean a water proof jacket

How to clean a water proof jacket

Washing your waterproof jacket (or pants!) not only keeps it looking spiffy, but also helps maintain the jacket’s waterproofing and breathability.   After a big trip to the hills, a cuddle from a muddy pup or a big run, you may find that your waterproof jacket needs some love and affection.   Dogs, like Badger here, can help get you and your ja...
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Camping and Hiking With Your Dog in NZ

Camping and Hiking With Your Dog in NZ

Autumn rolls around with epic weather windows, cool mornings, and clear days. The calling was strong: Robin is off to the mountains with her dog Kea! These four days tramping would be Kea’s first big trip. At almost two, she’s been coming out on bike day trips for a while, but this time the stars finally aligned for her first multiday trip. The ...
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New Zealand's Paddle Film Award

New Zealand's Paddle Film Award

New Zealand Local Host Award for the World Tour Paddling Film Festival!   As part of the World Tour Paddling Film Festival, we are pleased to offer a New Zealand only, local host award. We are accepting films made in New Zealand, by either professional or amateur film makers, up to 10 minutes in length. Members from the local pad...
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