Posts tagged long distance
NEW ZEALAND'S TE ARAROA: Hiking to Connect Conservation

The Te Araroa, or “the long pathway” in Maori, is a 3000km trail that passes from the northern tip of the New Zealand’s North Island to the southern tip of the South Island. Rugged mountains, roaring rivers, temperate rainforests, windy grasslands and sandy coastlines are examples of the terrain one should expect to cross when hiking the Te Araroa.

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BEYOND TORRES DEL PAINE: On the Ultra Fiord Route

"In a way, I didn’t create the level of difficulty; it was made by Patagonia itself." Interview with Stjepan Pavicic, the mind behind the Ultra Fiord and other iconic adventure races in Chilean Patagonia, mixed with the description of our own experience backpacking on an amazing portion of the route. 

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