- Tramping. From .nz. Jump to: navigation, search. In New Zealand, long distance walking or hiking for at least one overnight stay is known as tramping. There are a number of walkways in New Zealand, however most of these are relatively short and can be walked in a day or less. — “Tramping - .nz”, .nz
- Helps groups of people with shared interests plan meetings and form offline clubs in local communities around the world about Tramping. — “Tramping Meetup Groups - Tramping Meetups”,
- In New Zealand, overnight hiking is called tramping. Trampers carry all their gear with them and tramp either to huts (there is an extensive system. — “Urban Dictionary: tramping”,
- Tramping for Treatment in New Zealand: April 23- May 8, 2010 Tramping for Treatment Travel Blog! We'll be posting our planning, humiliating stories, and travel updates before and during the. — “Colorado Tramping Troupe”,
- Tramping - 57 products for Tramping like The Territory Ahead Gamekeeper's Coat, Icebreaker Legless BF 260 - Women's, and MERRELL Men's Moab Mid GTX Hiking Boots, Beluga and find the best product by color, price, and user rating. — “Tramping - Compare Prices on Tramping in the Books Category”,
- Follow his account of this multi-day tramp and give it a go yourself. Rafting, tramping, mountain biking and mud spas are all on the agenda as Adam Weal gets wet n wild in one of New Zealand's adventure hotspots. — “Intrepid Adventure New Zealand”, intrepidadventure.co.nz
- Tramping In New Zealand. A tramper crossing a swingbridge over the Huxley River in the Tramping, known elsewhere as hiking or bushwalking, is a popular. — “Tramping in New Zealand | Tramping New Zealand & The World”,
- Dark Flash Animation based on spending the night night on the Devils Tramping Ground by award winning artist Edward Bain. — “Tramping”,
- Tramping is the New Zealand term for hiking, trekking, rambling or bush-walking, and was common in print and speech by the 1920s. Unlike mountaineering and hunting, the journey is at the centre of the tramping experience. — “Tramping - New Zealand tramping, clubs and culture - Te Ara”, teara.govt.nz
- Tramping (known in other countries as hiking, trekking or bushwalking) is a popular way to see New Zealand. Most national parks in New Zealand are administered by the Department of Conservation. The DOC offices and web site are very useful. — “Tramping in New Zealand - Wikitravel”,
- Tramping is possibly the most popular activity in New Zealand and is widely available throughout the country. Tramping is just Kiwi talk for hiking, trekking or bush walking. — “New Zealand Tramping - Go Visit New Zealand”,
- TTC comprises a wide age-range group of both ***es of out-door types that love walking, talking and tramping. Longer tramps of 3 to 10 days duration are planned and organised by the Club and by individual members. — “Taupo Tramping Club”,
- Auckland Tramping Club offers regular walking & tramping trips, a Ruapehu Skiing Lodge (Whakapapa, Tongariro National Park), Snow Craft Courses, and Waitakere Ranges Hut accommodation. — “Auckland Tramping Club”, .nz
- A blog about tramping for Christchurch, New Zealand based trampers featuring related links, skills, trips, and seasons. — “The Tramping Report”,
- Welcome to New Plymouth Tramping Club's website. You'll find lots of details about the club on this site, and As well as the planned member trips, we organise public tramps throughout the year, to help people get a taste of tramping within a safe environment. — “New Plymouth Tramping Club”, .nz
- Tramping pictures, videos and albums that take you on an armchair tour of the world we live in. — “tramping pictures, videos and albums”,
- Wanganui Tramping Club runs a variety of tramping trips and social events throughout the year and new and intending members are always welcome. The Club meetings are held on the first Wednesday of each month (except January) at the Deerstalkers Hall at 100 Peat Street. — “Wanganui Tramping Club”, .nz
- Note: click on a word meaning below to see its connections and related words. The adjective tramping has one meaning: Meaning #1 : walking with a. — “tramping: Information from ”,
- Tramping, known elsewhere as hiking or bushwalking, is a popular activity in New Zealand. As tramping became popular these facilities were increasingly used by trampers. — “Tramping in New Zealand - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,
- Definition of tramping in the Online Dictionary. Meaning of tramping. Pronunciation of tramping. Translations of tramping. tramping synonyms, tramping antonyms. Information about tramping in the free online English dictionary and encyclopedia. — “tramping - definition of tramping by the Free Online”,
- The Outdoor Club offers regular walking, tramping and general outdoor activities. Social activities are organised throughout the year. — “Outdoor Activites Club”,
- Tramping Links. Other Tramping Clubs In New Zealand. Milton Rotary and the Otago Youth Adventure Trust. Milton Rotary and the Otago Youth Adventure Trust, have for many years taken independent tramping groups on many of our "Great Walks", and other tracks. — “Other New Zealand Tramping Clubs On-Line”, otmc.co.nz
- New Zealanders commonly employ the word tramping, particularly for overnight trips. Hiking in the mountainous regions of Nepal and India is sometimes called 'trekking' New Zealand Tramper (http://www.tramper.co.nz/) - A website of tramping related information. — “Hiking - Definition”,
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- Devil's Tramping Ground Part 1 Four college students spent the night at the Devil's Tramping Grounds to see if the legend was true. THIS IS NOT A HOAX.
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- Devil's Tramping Ground Part 4 (FINAL INSTALLMENT) The final installment of the documentary on the Devil's Tramping Grounds.
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- Uist Tramping Song : Null Do Dh' Uibhist. Donald MacRae, the Lewis -born legend of Glasgow's Park Bar, sings a Uist song, followed by an instrumental version by the Clyde Valley Stompers, a band that has never been heard at the Mod! Hope you like it! :-)
- Tramping on Stewart Island - Stewart Island, New Zealand (stewart island tramping, the ruggedys) A TripAdvisor™ TripWow video of a travel blog to Oban, Stewart Island, New Zealand by TravelPod blogger Rob. See this TripWow and more at Tramping on Stewart Island "STEWART ISLAND Finding somebody to tramp with ... As I was leaving Auckland for my Xmas holidays nothing was planned a part from my stay in Christchurch over Xmas. A few days before I was leaving Roberta told me about a friend from Australia, who would like to go tramping in New Zealand. I was quite keen on tramping too, so I asked her whether we could send an Emil to him and find out about his plans. It turned out that Daniel wanted to do a rather longish tramp preferably on Stewart Island. My first reply to his e-mail was, that I couldn't do such a long tamp as I've to be back in Auckland around the 5th of January. The next day I thought, well I might catch up with my work during the weekends if my supervisor doesn't mind and just go for it. After everything was sorted out I gave Daniel a ring and we decided to catch up in Dunedin. On Sunday the 28th of December I hitch hiked from Christchurch to Dunedin an met Daniel and his family. We stayed with his grandparents in Waitati, which is around 20km outside Dunedin (Unfortunately I didn't take any pictures of the beautiful Blueskin bay. It was really nice to stay there and meet the Trambaiolo's and Fitzgerald's.). As we came home on Sunday night, because we went out for an Indian dinner in Dunedin beforehand, we decided that we want to ...
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- St Arnaud to Lewis Pass - Nelson Lakes, New Zealand Tramping Trip. Intro Clip Edited intro to the video film I made of the 7-day tramp we did between Lake Rotoiti and Lewis Pass. Music track in second half is "Absolute Magnitude" - by Sonic Generation from the third 'Looking Back' compilation CD from Looking Good Records. (Overblown 'heartbeat' "Dances with Wolves" -trailer type beginning is a bit long, I think on reflection. (Whole film of the trip though has 4.5 hours running time)) Boyd and I hiked this in February 2006. Amazing trip. (Clip naturally looks better viewed at 'High Quality' setting) The route taken was as follows: from Lake Rotoiti up the Travers Valley to John Tait Hut, further up the Travers & over Travers Saddle, down into the Sabine. Up past Blue Lake & Lake Constance. Over Waiau Pass, up to Lake Thompson. Over Thompson Pass, round to an un-named pass above the East Matakitaki Valley. Down into the Matakitaki to Bobs Hut. Up over Three Tarn Pass to Ada Pass and finally down the St James walkway to the road. Clip also exists here on my flickr page:
- EDINBURGH TRAMS - 'Carry on TRAMping' A light-hearted look at the problems surrounding the re-introduction of trams to the city of Edinburgh. Unfortunately,I'm old enough to remember when Edinburgh did have a reasonably good tram system, Lord knows how much this system will cost befor it's completed,particularly regarding the loss of business to shops on the new tram route.
Blogs & Forum
blogs and forums about tramping
“Tramping/wheel hop problems”
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“I'd love to meet folks who want to join me for parts of the journey, especially out tramping in the backcountry. While the administrators and moderators of the forum will attempt to remove or edit any generally objectionable material as”
— - Tramping/working January-May 2011, backpackerboard.co.nz
“Tongaririo, Tramping — david, Thursday, 7:39 pm. I really need to publish this blog post. And if you haven't already read it, Michelle posted her version of the tramp on her blog”
— LinuxSoftware " Tramping, linuxsoftware.co.nz
“"Tramping and climbing in Aotearoa" — a quality blog. By Paul Filby October 13, 2010 Post a comment. It's not often that I directly recommend visiting a specific blog, but in the the case of "Tramping and climbing in Aotearoa", I'm making an exception”
— "Tramping and climbing in Aotearoa" — a quality blog | A Wild,
“Pretty much you never ever go tramping alone, let alone with dark clothing. chairlifts which save you 400m of climbing and 3+ hours of tramping”
— Brad Heap " Tramping, .nz
“Rob McKay, a passionate tramper, who I met at Waingaro Forks Hut many years ago, has become an expert on lightweight tramping, and recently started a blog on the topic: . Despite it being a young blog with only”
— Skylark Productions · Blog, skylark.co.nz
“Kia Ora everyone! I hope you all are doing well and enjoying summer and the warm weather and sunshine! Winter is setting in, here in Wellington. Today is actually not too cold and not th”
— Tramping and chocolate- Oh MY!!,