Three of the best mapping and route planning apps for hikers. Apps that allow you to export a route to a GPS device.
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I reviewed the Kathmandu Kids Kite v2 because I couldn’t find any photos or info it on the web. So check out mine here before you buy.
I researched a few coffee mugs and chose the Hydro Flask 12oz with Flex Sip Lid. Perfect for throwing in a hiking pack without fear of leaks.
The time has come to get a new, light weight, waterproof jacket. I wanted to make an ethical choice, and after a heap of research I finally settled on the Patagonia Torrentshell 3L. Find out why.
I’ve carried out some research into some reusable mask options available in New Zealand. It can be a minefield as there are many craft-style mask makers making very cheap masks, but then pointing out that the masks don’t necessarily offer the protection you need.
I came across a great Reddit discussion recently on the topic of how to be a good dad. I learnt some great tips, so I’ve compiled some of the best responses here.
This photo of a car face down in a hole caused by liquefaction following the 2011 Christchurch earthquake has drawn a bit of attention over the years. I decided it’s time I told its background story.
If you have young children, whether you’re a painted rock enthusiast or not, you’re going to love Fairyland at Leithfield Beach. And if you don’t have young children… go anyway. It’s a nice walk with something that will appeal to anyone.
If you’re looking for a less-than-half-day forest nature walk within a short drive from Christchurch that’s easily accessible, varied and interesting for young children, and offers the reward of a waterfall for those want to add a more challenging extension, then the Ashley Gorge Loop Track ticks a lot of boxes.
A blog about living in New Zealand, with a focus on the outdoors, parenting, and the odd gear review.