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Tag: women’s adventures


Sections of my next adventure Te Araroa have been deviated due to several incidents and few inconsiderate hikers crossing  farming properties! This got me thinking is this inconsiderate or just hikers without a clue? Given that so many novices are now taking up hiking,  here’s a few Hiking rules to follow so everyone can enjoy the experience for a […]

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Location: Tasmania, Tarkine Wilderness Date:  TBC Dec 2020 Duration: 6 Days /5nights Walking: Day hikes on the The Nut, Tarkine Wilderness, plus a few extra walks pre and post Tarkine area. Relax in comfortable accommodation after each days’ hike. Sit on the balcony with a glass of wine, share a chat or spend some quiet time overlooking the magnificent ancient […]

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Explore the pristine landscape – Tarkine Rainforest, Tasmania 6 – 11 Nov 17

Explore the world heritage listed Tarkine rainforest in style, fully guided tour by locals, we stay at an exclusive purpose built base camp and explore the remote wilderness over 4 days/3 nights carrying only a day pack. The Tarkine is the largest cool temperate rainforest in the southern hemisphere and second in the world. Our accommodation is considered glamping, with floored tents, beds, […]

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Ladies Walking and Wine Adventure, Marlborough Region, NZ 8-13 May 2017

Grab your passport, sense of adventure and get ready for a the next FLF trip in a beautiful part of New Zealand 8 – 13 May 17. You carry nothing but your camera, water, a few snacks, whilst your luggage is transported to our next lodge and will be waiting in your hotel room. After easy walking distances, […]

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the Adventure Club Begins in 2017

In 2008, I hiked to the top of a mountain peak, surrounded by a stunning mountain range, dusted in snow and the most brilliant blue sky. That moment changed me forever, I knew I was hooked. The exhilaration and feeling of accomplishment when we finished the hike was overwhelming. I knew then that I wanted to share this experience with others.  I had […]

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