Beginner Tramps

From 6 Oct 2019 7:30 AM
To 1 Dec 2019 5:30 PM
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PNTMC beginner tramps

Our Beginner Tramps programme involves a graduated series of tramps. Tramps will be held on the first Sunday of the month, starting on 3 September. Where we go and how fast will depend on the group but we plan to progress so if you stick with the programme you can work up to getting into the Ruahines on an overnight tramp.

Suitable for all ages from youth up to those getting into tramping later in life.

Beginner tramp #1 on Sunday 6th October to Atiwhakatu Hut.

Beginner tramp #2 on Sunday 3rd November to Sunrise Hut.

Beginner tramp #3 on Sunday 1st December to Field Hut.

For further information, contact Anne 027 450 4212 or email a.lawrence@massey.ac.nz

Contact:
0274504212

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