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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”
Like a profession in the outdoors - position open at OPC, Outdoor Education Tertiary Support Coordinator or train to become an outdoor instructor
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
Olympic education, and programmes supporting future leaders, will get a significant boost with the Sir Owen Glenn Olympic Legacy fund announced at the 2018 Olympic Gala Dinner in Auckland tonight.
One person has died after an avalanche on Mount Cook. The avalanche occurred at about 1:30pm and involved three trampers.
New Zealand’s first scenario-based canyon Search and Rescue exercise was held in Motueka over the weekend and was a big success.
With a firm nod to the future, Anchor AIMS Games organisers have announced an exciting lineup for next year’s intermediate-aged tournament in Tauranga.
Dougal Allan reports on his teams win at the Zunyi MT Outdoor Adventure Race and team mate Marcel Hagener’s retirement
Two people have died following a reported avalanche on Mt Hicks, in Aoraki/Mt Cook National Park.
Changing environments and recreation habits driver to rewrite guidebook to Aoraki/Mount Cook National Park,