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Adventure Magazine Issue 203 - The XXL issue is out now

Full in depth interview with Nathan Fa’avae the world best adventure racer and a horde of other stuff form performance nutrition to mountain bike maintenance .

Rescue of four trampers on Tongariro Alpine Crossing

A rescue is underway for four trampers on the Tongariro Alpine Crossing who reported being lost yesterday evening. Police initially received a call from two of the trampers at 8:40pm last night

Woman rescued in overnight Mt Ruapehu SAR operation

A woman is very lucky to be alive after becoming lost on Mt Ruapehu while skiing outside of the ski field boundary yesterday.

Trampers, Climbers, Hunters and Mountain-Bikers launch Backcountry Trust

Backcountry users are extremely passionate about the huts and tracks that allow them to access New Zealand’s great outdoors – so much so that many are motivated and willing to volunteer time to help look after these places.

Ruahine Forest park protected

The Supreme Court has just ruled to protect Ruahine Forest Park from New Zealand’s largest irrigation dam!

Child injured on Rob Roy Glacier Walk, Mt Aspiring

A child has serious injuries after falling off a track in Mount Aspiring this afternoon. Emergency services were called to the Rob Roy Glacier walking track

Fear Society

Sixteen southlanders have started up a new sporting society this month. It is called the Fiordland Endurance and Adventure Racing Society, or the Fear Society for short.

Australian Indigenous Olympians Recognised For Olympic Day

AOC: The spirit of the Olympic movement was alive and well today, as the Australian Olympic Committee hosted a ‘Reception for Indigenous Olympic Athlete Recognition’ at the National Centre of Indigenous Excellence.

Federated Mountain Clubs calls for 'The Remarkables National Park'

Federated Mountain Clubs (FMC) is today launching its Remarkable Outdoors campaign headlined by a proposed new national park - ‘The Remarkables National Park’ in the Otago Southland high-country near Queenstown.

Huge milestone for AIMS Games

September’s Anchor AIMS Games has breached two significant milestones, with more than 10,000 athletes from over 300 schools heading to Tauranga.