within New Zealand
... to write a guide book is to poke out a neck as scapegoat ... On your head will fall the imprecations of parties who wander in circles because they did not find the entrance of the track you so concisely described ... John Pascoe, The Southern Alps: from the Kaikoura to the Rangitata (1956)
In print for nearly 10 years, Tramping in New Zealand has become a best-selling tramping guide to 40 of the most popular tramps in New Zealand. In order to keep the title current and accurate, Tramping in New Zealand has been fully revised and updated.
Each tramp is illustrated with at least one accurate panoramic Geographx map, and is supported by relevant, up-to-date route information, as well as photographs from Shaun Barnett, one of New Zealand’s most respected tramping authors.
The tramps covered include New Zealand’s best known Great Walks, such as the Milford Track, the Routeburn and the Tongariro Crossing, and many others from both islands, such as the Queen Charlotte Track, the Rees-Dart near Queenstown, and the Pinnacles Hut on the Coromandel. If you were to have one guide book on New Zealand tramping, this is the one to have.
|Author:||Shaun Barnett - Maps by Geographx|
|Size:||230 x 205 mm|