Peak Bagging NZ

Getting outdoors in an endeavor to visit our peaks (peak bagging) can be a heap of fun!

As an avid kiwi outdoorswoman, if I’m not out visiting our gems (huts), and sometimes at the same time as visting our gems, (I’ll sneak a peak in where I can) I’m out climbing to the top of our peaks, our non-mountaineer peaks. They’re everywhere, they’re spectacular, and you have to get out there and get on top of one!

If your interested in checking out the posts on the peaks I’ve visited, check out my other blog that keeps the story of all the peaks I’ve got on top of …

I’ll try and climb them all (largely unlikely – but aim high right – excuse the pun of course) 🙂

More than anything, I hope my adventures inspire people into the kiwi outdoors, and climbing our peaks, large or small, is just another fantastic way to do this!

This wee blog is brand new so the peaks are coming…… stay tuned….


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