224 Results in category Outdoors

Recreation groups applaud clear guidance on access by Worksafe

Recreation Aotearoa and the New Zealand Alpine Club (NZAC) have both extended their thanks to WorkSafe for producing a policy clarification that will dispel myths and perceived risks around recreational access to private and public land.

Woman rescued after Mt Ruapehu crevasse fall

A climber was lucky to escape serious injury after she fell 15 metres down a crevasse on Mt Ruapehu today, Saturday 25 May.

Banff Mountain Film Festival 2019

New Zealand Alpine Club announces the return of the Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour for its 17th year in May and June 2019.

Australian Olympic Team Deputy Chefs de Mission

Olympic Games Gold medallists Susie O’Neill and Kim Brennan have been announced as Deputy Chefs de Mission for the Australian Olympic Team to compete at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.

Award for Wanaka Police Search and Rescue team

NZ Search and Rescue Award for a rescue that took place over several days on Mount Aspiring.

New Zealand Sport and Recreation Awards finalists

Sport NZ has announced the finalists for its annual New Zealand Sport and Recreation Awards, which celebrate excellence and leadership by individuals and organisations working in community sport and active recreation.

Tramper found alive and well

A 73-year-old Japanese woman who was part of a multi-day guided walk with Ultimate Hikes on the Milford Track, Fiordland National Park has been found alive and well after becoming separated from her group.

Injured tramper rescued, Golden Bay

A 74 year old Golden Bay tramper was rescued yesterday evening after suffering a nasty fall and spending several days stranded on the mountain. “another night in the bush would have been fatal”

Job in the Outdoors

Like a profession in the outdoors - position open at OPC, Outdoor Education Tertiary Support Coordinator or train to become an outdoor instructor

Movie - El Capitan Alex Honnold without a rope

FREE SOLO - portrait of free soloist climber Alex Honnold, climbing the face of the world’s most famous rock…the 3,200-foot El Capitan