New Boots in New Zealand: Nine Great Walks, Three Islands & One Tramping Virgin

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Know the Score Books, 2006 - Hiking - 311 pages
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'New Boots in New Zealand' is a day-by-day account of all nine New Zealand Great Walks, from the majesty of the famous Milford Track to the unexpected variety of the Heaphy and the beguiling mystery of the Whanganui River Journey.

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If you want to do any serious hiking in New Zealand this is a great personal introduction from someone who had never walked before and over a year, hiked most of our beautiful trails Read full review

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About the author (2006)

Gillian Orrell studied modern history at Oxford University before working for nine years as a chartered accountant and management consultant in London. This book is about the end of all of that. Gillian is now a part-time consultant and writer and full-time environmentalist. She currently lives in Hexham, in Englands least densely populated county, where most of the time there are enough good walking tracks and friendly people for her to be able to pretend that she is still in New Zealand.

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