• 202 Great Walks: the Best Day Walks in NZ
    202 Great Walks: the Best Day Walks in NZ
    ISBN: 9780143567950
    Title: 202 Great Walks: the Best Day Walks in NZ
    Author: PICKERING MARK

    There is an extraordinary range of landscape and walking challenges in 202 Great Walks.You can saunter by a steaming Rotorua lake, through limestone archways in the King Country, or along an historic Maori trail to the top of the Kaimai Ranges. There is an island sanctuary at Stewart Island, or goldminers' tunnels in the Coromandel. For something a little different, try the winding stroll that explores Wellington's downtown, or in the deep south a beach walk explores a lonely Catlins coast, troubled by the ruins of a gold dredge and the strange wobble of quicksand.There are all types of walks for all types of people: from those that suit families, to those that are real leg-stretchers, walking times range from 1-2 hours to 5-6 hours, but all longer walks have a shorter 1-2 hour turn-around option. Every walk has notes on track conditions, walking time and distance, and access and facilities, along with a topographical map.First published in 2003 and now into its third edition, 202 Great Walks really is the most affordable, reliable and comprehensive guide to New Zealand's outdoors.

    Format: Paperback
    Price: $35.00
    $35.00
  • Aotearoa NZ Map
    Aotearoa NZ Map
    ISBN: 9415871000300
    Title: Aotearoa NZ Map
    Author: KIWIMAPS


    Format: Map
    Price: $10.00
    $10.00
  • Auckland-Coromandel Rural Road Map
    Auckland-Coromandel Rural Road Map
    ISBN: 2020011312503
    Title: Auckland-Coromandel Rural Road Map
    Author: KIWIMAPS


    Format: Map
    Price: $10.00
    $10.00
  • Best of Wellington 6ed
    Best of Wellington 6ed
    ISBN: 9780473353766
    Title: Best of Wellington 6ed
    Author: BENNETT SARAH & SLATER LEE

    Wellington city's only independent, advert-free guidebook, featuring activities & attractions, shopping, dining out, pubs & bars, and loads of other useful information including transport, accommodation, and local history.

    Format: Paperback
    Price: $28.00
    $28.00
  • Bewildered: Leaving Everything Behind for 3000km in the Wilds of NZ
    Bewildered: Leaving Everything Behind for 3000km in the Wilds of NZ
    ISBN: 9781925870541
    Title: Bewildered: Leaving Everything Behind for 3000km in the Wilds of NZ
    Author: WATERS LAURA

    What would move you to ditch your life and take off into the wild for six months? For Melbourne woman Laura Waters, it took the implosion of a toxic relationship and a crippling bout of anxiety. Armed with a compass, a paper map and as much food as she could carry, she set out to walk the untamed landscapes of New Zealand’s Te Araroa track, 3000 kilometres of raw, wild, mountainous trail winding from the top of the North Island to the frosty tip of the South Island.

    But when her walking partner dropped out on the first day, she was faced with a choice: abandon the journey and retreat to the safety of home, or throw caution to the wind and continue on – alone. She chose to walk on.

    For six months, she battled not only treacherous mountain ridges and river crossings, but also the demons of self-doubt and anxiety, and the shadow of an emotionally abusive relationship. At the end of Te Araroa (‘the long pathway’, as it is translated from Maori) it was the hardearned insights into mental health, emotional wellbeing and fulfilling relationships – with others as well as with herself – that were Laura’s greatest accomplishments. She emerged ‘rewilded’, and it transformed her life.

    Format: Trade paperback
    Price: $33.00
    $33.00
  • Big Loop: Biking Coastal NZ
    Big Loop: Biking Coastal NZ
    ISBN: 9781869539979
    Title: Big Loop: Biking Coastal NZ
    Author: WILSON DUNCAN

    n August 2015, Dunc Wilson became the first person to circumnavigate New Zealand on a bike. This 10,940km journey followed one rule: cycle the closest available route to the coastline. The Big Loop candidly details Wilson’s 240-day cycling adventure, through native bush, ragged coastlines, farm stations and more – demonstrating how acquainting oneself with our country is best achieved under 100km/h.

    Includes 32 pages of colour photography capturing Dunc’s incredible journey!

    Format: Paperback
    Price: $40.00
    $40.00
  • Bikepacking Cape Egmont to East Cape
    Bikepacking Cape Egmont to East Cape
    ISBN: 9780995137622
    Title: Bikepacking Cape Egmont to East Cape
    Author: KENNETT J & WESTRA E


    Format: Paperback
    Price: $20.00
    $20.00
  • Bikepacking East Cape to Cape Egmont
    Bikepacking East Cape to Cape Egmont
    ISBN: 9780995137608
    Title: Bikepacking East Cape to Cape Egmont
    Author: KENNET J & WESTRA E


    Format: Paperback
    Price: $20.00
    $20.00
  • Canterbury Rural Road Map
    Canterbury Rural Road Map
    ISBN: 2020011325013
    Title: Canterbury Rural Road Map
    Author: KIWIMAPS


    Format: Map
    Price: $10.00
    $10.00
  • Classic NZ Mountain Bike Rides South Island 9th ed updated
    Classic NZ Mountain Bike Rides South Island 9th ed updated
    ISBN: 9780994118998
    Title: Classic NZ Mountain Bike Rides South Island 9th ed updated
    Author: BROTHERS KENNETT


    Format: Paperback
    Price: $30.00
    $30.00
  • Coffee Houses of Wellington 1939  to1979
    Coffee Houses of Wellington 1939 to1979
    ISBN: 9780473285418
    Title: Coffee Houses of Wellington 1939 to1979
    Author: MILLER CRAIG WILLIAM

    Craig Miller is a self-employed coffee roaster and barista. Over the last 20 years Craig has worked at writing a history of coffee as it sits within New Zealand's hospitality industry.
    Coffee houses are defined as places where a cup of coffee is the central offering. The rise of the coffee house from 1939 to 1979 saw them become the dominant (non-alcoholic) refreshment room on the New Zealand hospitality scene.
    The main coffee house benchmarks are: coffe blending and roasting; the standard of serving a cup of coffee; the fit-outs of the interiors.
    The rise of the coffee house from 1939 to 1979 was most pronounced in Wellington, especially in the setting of hospitality benchmarks. Why this happened in Wellington at this time is explained.
    This book is a highly graphic account of the first wave of coffee, the personalities, the city of Wellington and the change in society from 1939 to 1979.
    The hospitality industry reflects time and place. This book gives perspective to New Zeqaland from the start of the Second World War and the post war years to 1979. It was during those years that the first wave of coffe house began in New Zealand. These beginnings are shown through photography and graphics.
    Of the photographs many are being published for the first time.
    The book also includes a unique collection of fine artists and their coffee house muse, including Rita Angus, Toss Woollaston, Evelyn Page, Gordon Walters, Barc, JAne Evans, John Daley and others.
    The book is printed on paper custom made for the project and offset printed in Wellington.

    Format: Trade paperback
    Price: $125.00
    $125.00
  • Down The Bay: A Natural & Cultural History of Abel Tasman National Park
    Down The Bay: A Natural & Cultural History of Abel Tasman National Park
    ISBN: 9780947503932
    Title: Down The Bay: A Natural & Cultural History of Abel Tasman National Park
    Author: SIMPSON PHILIP

    Abel Tasman National Park was a war-time baby, born in 1942 to protect the wonderful sequence of forested beaches and headlands, and which have become much-loved by both countless New Zealanders and visitors alike. Down the Bay is a tribute to this gem of New Zealand's national park system. Philip Simpson, an award-winning author of a number of books on New Zealand trees, presents a complete picture of the distinctive landforms of Abel Tasman, from the deep caves of the uplands to the distinctive granite headlands and golden-sand beaches, the diversity of plants and animals, the coastal environment, and overlays this with accounts of both M?ori and European history. As well the book records how Project Janszoon, a trust funded by a remarkable philanthropic gift, is working with the Department of Conservation to transform the park by removing pests and reintroducing threatened birds to restore the area to its former state. This is an inspiring and hopeful story of how the future of an important area of New Zealand is being secured for future generations. Down the Bay will be the first comprehensive and authoritative account of Abel Tasman National Park to ever be published, a book that will beautifully capture what is an unforgettable visitor experience.


    Format: Hardback
    Price: $80.00
    $80.00
  • East Cape Rural Road Map
    East Cape Rural Road Map
    ISBN: 2020011312505
    Title: East Cape Rural Road Map
    Author: KIWIMAPS


    Format: Map
    Price: $10.00
    $10.00
  • Fair Weather Hitchhiker
    Fair Weather Hitchhiker
    ISBN: 9780995115484
    Title: Fair Weather Hitchhiker
    Author: MILLEN JULIA

    As a restless 17-year-old seeking fame and fortune (and romance), Julia Millen goes hitchhiking in the South Island with her cousin and two older friends. What begins as a holiday frolic becomes a survival recipe for life.

    Format: Paperback
    Price: $30.00
    $30.00
  • Fiordland Rural Road Map
    Fiordland Rural Road Map
    ISBN: 2020011325016
    Title: Fiordland Rural Road Map
    Author: KIWIMAPS


    Format: Map
    Price: $10.00
    $10.00
  • Great Unknown: Mountain Journeys in the Southern Alps
    Great Unknown: Mountain Journeys in the Southern Alps
    ISBN: 9781988550022
    Title: Great Unknown: Mountain Journeys in the Southern Alps
    Author: SPEARPOINT GEOFF

    Geoff Spearpoint is a legend among New Zealand¿s tramping and mountaineering community. For over 50 years he has been undertaking many long, adventurous trips in the Southern Alps every year, decade after decade. These trips, usually a mix of both tramping and mountaineering, have made Spearpoint New Zealand¿s foremost exponent of what is best described as trans-alpine tramping. In the Great Unknown he collects together personal accounts of his favourite trips into 15 geographical areas, ranging from Kahurangi in the north to the Fiordland in the south. Illustrated with his stunning photography, and with maps from Geographx, this will be a completely unique book that trampers and mountaineers will cherish, for it explores an important element of New Zealand tramping that goes to the heart of how we define our relationship with backcountry.

    Format: Hardback
    Price: $60.00
    $60.00
  • Great Walks of NZ
    Great Walks of NZ
    ISBN: 9781927213636
    Title: Great Walks of NZ
    Author: POTTON CRAIG

    Great Walks of New Zealand is a tribute to New Zealand's eight finest walking tracks, by renowned wilderness photographer Craig Potton.


    Format: Hardback
    Price: $50.00
    $50.00
  • Hawkes Bay Rural Road Map
    Hawkes Bay Rural Road Map
    ISBN: 2020011312507
    Title: Hawkes Bay Rural Road Map
    Author: KIWIMAPS


    Format: Map
    Price: $10.00
    $10.00
  • Hiking & Tramping in NZ LP 8ed
    Hiking & Tramping in NZ LP 8ed
    ISBN: 9781786572691
    Title: Hiking & Tramping in NZ LP 8ed
    Author: 8TH EDITION


    Lonely Planet: The world's leading travel guide publisher


    Lonely Planet Hiking & Tramping in New Zealand is your passport to all the most relevant and up-to-date advice on what to see, what to skip, and what hidden discoveries await you. Admire the dramatic peaks and valleys of Fiordland National Park, stroll past bays and beaches of the Abel Tasman Coast, or scale an active volcano on the North Island, all with your trusted travel companion. Get to the heart of New Zealand's trails and begin your journey now!


    Inside Lonely Planet's Hiking & Tramping in New Zealand Travel Guide:

    • Colour maps and images throughout
    • Great Walksand itinerariessections show you the simplest way to tailor your trip around the best hikes to suit your own personal needs and interests
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    • Essential infoat your fingertips- including hours of operation, phone numbers, websites, transit tips, and prices
    • Budget-oriented recommendations with honest reviews- including eating and sleeping reviews to towns and hiking destinations
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    • Over 75 maps
    • Coverageof the Far North, Auckland Region, Tongariro, Mt Taranaki, Wellington Region, Marlborough, Abel Tasman, Nelson Lakes, Arthurs Pass, West Coast, Mt Aspiring, Queenstown Region, Fiordland, Stewart Island, and more

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    The Perfect Choice: Lonely Planet Hiking & Tramping in New Zealand,our most comprehensive guide to hiking in New Zealand, is perfect for those planning to explore New Zealand's top hikes.


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    Format: Paperback
    Price: $35.00
    $35.00
  • Hobbit Location Guide
    Hobbit Location Guide
    ISBN: 9781869509712
    Title: Hobbit Location Guide
    Author: BRODIE IAN

    The definitive pocket-sized location guidebook for THE HOBBIT motion picture trilogy. Since the first screening of THE LORD OF THE RINGS: THE FELLOWSHIP OF THE RING in 2001, New Zealand has become the embodiment of 'Middle-earth' to millions of moviegoers and JRR Tolkien fans the world over. Twelve years later the phenomenon continues and this new guidebook provides all the information needed for the traveller to Middle-earth Aotearoa. This edition showcases the principal movie-set locations around New Zealand as seen in THE HOBBIT movies. It also includes: Maps and location directions; useful touring information including accommodation, food and entertainment suggestions; GPS references to location sites; contributions from cast and crew; movie images As the road goes ever on, join Ian Brodie on a fascinating tour of Middle-earth Aotearoa.

    Format: Paperback
    Price: $28.00
    $28.00
  • Hunting Life: Moments of Truth
    Hunting Life: Moments of Truth
    ISBN: 9781988538723
    Title: Hunting Life: Moments of Truth
    Author: RYAN PETER

    Intrepid hunter, adventurer and writer Peter Ryan has produced yet another deeply satisfying collection of hunting tales, complemented by sensational imagery. His new collection Hunting Life - Moments of Truth delivers superbly written essays on hunting, the natural world and life in general from an acknowledged master of outdoor literature. In vivid detail Peter Ryan takes readers along with him on his adventures - from the jagged peaks of New Zealand's Southern Alps to the scorching deserts and steaming jungles of Africa. It is a world of tough professionals, eccentric characters and stunning game species, but also one rich in the pleasures of hunting, gun dogs and family. Hunting Life - Moments of Truth is illustrated by some of the fi nest outdoor artists and photographers working today. In turn wildly adventurous and gently sentimental, these tales are, in Ryan's own words, 'a hymn to an old way of life, and a long love letter of sorts.'

    Format: Paperback
    Price: $40.00
    $40.00
  • Hunting NZ: Parts Unknown
    Hunting NZ: Parts Unknown
    ISBN: 9781869539603
    Title: Hunting NZ: Parts Unknown
    Author: RYAN PETER

    Based in New Zealand’s stunning South Island, Peter Ryan’s writing and images have been published around the world. In ‘Hunting New Zealand – Parts Unknown’ he pays tribute to the game animals, people and places that have made New Zealand famous as one of the last great hunting adventures. It’s a glimpse into the drama of roaring stags, tahr and chamois high in the haunting Southern Alps, and friendships made hunting gamebirds in stunning locations.

    With tales of nostalgia and adventure, including some from the most trusted people on the Kiwi hunting scene today, ‘Hunting New Zealand’ is for those whose hearts belong in wild places.


    Format: Paperback
    Price: $40.00
    $40.00
  • Huts: Untold Stories from Back Country NZ
    Huts: Untold Stories from Back Country NZ
    ISBN: 9781877257919
    Title: Huts: Untold Stories from Back Country NZ
    Author: PICKERING MARK

    If huts could talk they could tell the whole history of the back country. Of Scottish shepherds with a Gaelic brogue who arrived in the high country with the fresh, vivid memories of the Highland Clearances. Of the flush and fury of goldminers and water-racemen in Central Otago. Or of the patient and poorly paid jobs of boundary keepers, musterers and roadmen, who lived in tiny huts in the shadow of huge landscapes. There are over 1500 huts in New Zealand - an extraordinary number, and this book is the untold story of several of them. Remarkably, most of these historic huts still do the job they were built for, whether it's a pit-sawn deer cullers' hut in the Urewera National Park or a tiny skiers' shack in the Craigieburn Range. Every hut has a story to tell. Shutes Hut was built by Alex Shute, a rabbiter and practical joker who lost himself in the Ruahine back country for more than 20 years. Freemans Hut was part of Les Murrell's vision for an amazing tourist track in the Fiordland mountains. HUTS: UNTOLD STORIES OF BACK-COUNTRY NEW ZEALAND is a celebration of the endurance of these huts and the men who built and lived in them. It is a fascinating look at the place of these iconic dwellings in New Zealand's social and mountain history. Everyone who has worked or played in the New Zealand mountains had enjoyed the refuge of the humble hut. They may be only iron, nails and wood, but these flimsy, isolated huts are a living treasury. They weren't built to last, but a surprising number have. This is their story.

    Format: Paperback
    Price: $50.00
    $50.00
  • I Get Loud
    I Get Loud
    ISBN: 9781786897770
    Title: I Get Loud
    Author: OUIMET DAVID

    'Completely original. Unique, in fact' Philip PullmanI Get Loud, the follow-up to the exquisite I Go Quiet, sees the introverted heroine go out into the world as she gains confidence in her voice and makes a friend for the first time. It is a tale of the emboldening nature of the imagination, the redemptive power of friendship and why we should all embrace our own beautiful, singular weirdness.

    Format: Hardback
    Price: $28.00
    $28.00
  • Ikawai: Freshwater Fishes in Maori Culture & Economy
    Ikawai: Freshwater Fishes in Maori Culture & Economy
    ISBN: 9781877257865
    Title: Ikawai: Freshwater Fishes in Maori Culture & Economy
    Author: MCDOWALL ROBERT M

    This landmark publication draws together all that has ever been written about the role of freshwater fishes in the lives of early Maori. Species such as tuna (eels), kanakana (lamprey), inanga and k÷kopu were of high importance in the traditional diets of Maori, who were well aware of the places and seasons in which these fish could be harvested. Bob McDowall has made it his life's work to read every word ever written on the subject of Mõori fisheries, from passing references in explorers' diaries, to the significant literary achievements of Elsdon Best and Te Rangi Hiroa in the 1920s, to the recent reports of the Waitangi Tribunal. In Ikawai, all the knowledge on record is connected into a coherent account for the first time, and interpreted in the light of modern scientific knowledge of the fish fauna. As well as being highly informative, Ikawai also serves to illustrate the beauty associated with Mõori fisheries. Bob has amassed an extraordinary collection of photographs of the fish themselves, of the artefacts Mõori customarily used in catching fish, and of artworks by modern Mõori practitioners, some reflecting the many legends and stories associated with fish. He has also unearthed some stunning and highly significant historical images that were hidden away in archives, libraries and photographic collections. This compendium is an essential resource for anyone interested in the lives and livelihood of New Zealand's earliest settlers.

    Format: Hardback
    Price: $130.00
    $130.00
  • Know Your NZ Fishes
    Know Your NZ Fishes
    ISBN: 9781869663230
    Title: Know Your NZ Fishes
    Author: ENDERBY JENNY & TONY

    New Zealand boasts beautiful and unique coastlines, lakes and rivers, brimming with more than 1100 different fish species. In KNOW YOUR NEW ZEALAND FISHES, Jenny and Tony Enderby identify more than 80 of the country's best-known or most significant species that are commonly seen as readers dive, fish, snorkel and swim in the waters. With an introduction that includes useful information on distribution, appearance, behaviour, diet and breeding habits, this easy-to-use guide is written in simple language that will enable the layperson to identify different species. A succinct data panel and a full-page, full-colour portrait photograph is provided for each entry with sub-entries, where applicable, of similar or related species. This title is the fifth in New Holland's hugely successful 'Know Your ...' series, of which the first two titles, Birds and Trees, have both reprinted twice within less than two years after their release. KNOW YOUR NEW ZEALAND FISHES is the perfect reference for keen fishermen who want to identify their catches, to children who want to learn more about the fishes they have seen through snorkels on summer holidays.

    Format: Paperback
    Price: $40.00
    $40.00
  • Lord of the Rings Location Guidebook Revised New Ed
    Lord of the Rings Location Guidebook Revised New Ed
    ISBN: 9781869509262
    Title: Lord of the Rings Location Guidebook Revised New Ed
    Author: BRODIE IAN

    Since the first screening of The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring in 2001, New Zealand has become the embodiment of 'Middle-earth' to millions of moviegoers and J.R.R. Tolkien fans the world over. Ten years later the phenomenon continues and this newly redesigned and updated guidebook provides all the information needed for the traveller to Middle-earth Aotearoa. This updated edition of the definitive guidebook showcases the principal movie-set locations around New Zealand as seen in all three films. It also includes: Maps and location directions Useful touring information including accommodation, food and entertainment suggestions GPS references to location sites Foreword by Sir Peter Jackson Photographs and an article by Alan Lee Contributions from cast and crew Movie images As the road goes ever on, join Ian Brodie on a fascinating tour of Middle-earth Aotearoa.

    Format: Paperback
    Price: $28.00
    $28.00
  • Lord of the Rings Location Guidebook: Extended Edition Revised
    Lord of the Rings Location Guidebook: Extended Edition Revised
    ISBN: 9781869509279
    Title: Lord of the Rings Location Guidebook: Extended Edition Revised
    Author: BRODIE IAN

    Since the first screening of The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring in 2001, New Zealand has become the embodiment of Middle-earth to millions of moviegoers and Tolkien readers the world over. This definitive full-colour guidebook updated in 2011 showcases the principal movie-set locations around New Zealand as seen in all three films. A perfect reference book for everyone enchanted by the beauty of the locations in the movie trilogy, it contains valuable background information and exclusive anecdotes about the filming, with sections written specially by Sir Peter Jackson, Alan Lee, Sir Richard Taylor and Barrie Osborne, plus contributions from the cast and crew. Also includes: Exclusive movie and new location photographs Specialty maps and location directions GPS references to location sites Touring information for travellers including accommodation and restaurants Useful Internet addresses

    Format: Paperback
    Price: $45.00
    $45.00
  • Louise Sutherland: Spinning the Globe
    Louise Sutherland: Spinning the Globe
    ISBN: 9780986464102
    Title: Louise Sutherland: Spinning the Globe
    Author: WALL BRONWEN

    Louise was a small woman with a big heart. She knew virtually nothing about bicycles, except what really mattered, and so became a cycling legend without winning a single race. Instead Louise Sutherland planned her own route - one that was far longer and rougher than any Tour de France. She was the first person ever to cycle right across Brazil, through the Amazon Jungle.

    Format: Paperback
    Price: $20.00
    $20.00
  • Love America: On The Trail Of Writers & Artists In New Mexico
    Love America: On The Trail Of Writers & Artists In New Mexico
    ISBN: 9781877429354
    Title: Love America: On The Trail Of Writers & Artists In New Mexico
    Author: JONES JENNY ROBIN

    For New Zealand writer Jenny Robin Jones the United States has always been an enigma, a series of questionable notions formed through a lifetime. 'What is America?' she asks herself. Can she rely on her own personal impressions? Jones' journey takes her to the spectacular desert lands of Taos and Santa Fe in New Mexico, where she encounters not only the Pueblo people and their rich culture but also the memory of writers and artists such as herself who have made the same journey in the past - D H Lawrence, Willa Cather, Georgia O'Keeffe, Dorothy Brett, Ansel Adams, Dennis Hopper and many others. Where will the dice in this game she calls 'travel roulette' lead her? Superbly written and researched, Love America contains a fine writer's highly personal, richly imaginative insights into a small but fascinating corner of America.

    Format: Paperback
    Price: $37.00
    $37.00
  • Marlborough-Kaikoura Rural Road Map
    Marlborough-Kaikoura Rural Road Map
    ISBN: 2020011325011
    Title: Marlborough-Kaikoura Rural Road Map
    Author: KIWIMAPS


    Format: Map
    Price: $10.00
    $10.00
  • Nelson-Marlborough Rural Road Map
    Nelson-Marlborough Rural Road Map
    ISBN: 2020011312509
    Title: Nelson-Marlborough Rural Road Map
    Author: KIWIMAPS


    Format: Map
    Price: $10.00
    $10.00
  • Nine Lives: Expeditions to Everest
    Nine Lives: Expeditions to Everest
    ISBN: 9781988538549
    Title: Nine Lives: Expeditions to Everest
    Author: ANDERSON ROBERT MADS

    Robert Mads Anderson is an elite mountaineer with a solitary goal: to conquer Everest. After nearly getting killed on his first expedition, Anderson then led a team up a new route without oxygen or Sherpa support, climbed solo on the remote North Face to finally guide a team to the top of the world.

    Incorporating a who’s who of internationally recognised climbers, this book offers a facinating portrait of Everest, from the big, nationally supported expeditions of the 1980s; through the small teams forging new routes and climbing solo; to the commercially guided expeditions of today.

    Set against the majestic backdrop of the world’s tallest peak, Anderson’s nine Everest expeditions set over 18 years define what truly drives a human being to the greatest of heights.

    Including a foreword by Peter Hillary and featuring 32 pages of colour photography, chosen from a broad selection of images that have appeared in magazines, such as National Geographic Adventure and Sports Illustrated.

    Format: Trade paperback
    Price: $40.00
    $40.00
  • North Island Complete Drivers Atlas 3ed (#251)
    North Island Complete Drivers Atlas 3ed (#251)
    ISBN: 9415871002663
    Title: North Island Complete Drivers Atlas 3ed (#251)
    Author: MAP CODE 251

    Kiwimaps most comprehensive road map of New Zealand's North Island rural road network. Large scale, easy to read text with easy to identify tourist features.
    Includes Regional, main City and town centre enlargements.

    Fully indexed
    Names rural roads
    Major 4wd track locations
    Motorhome dump sites


    Format: Spiral
    Price: $35.00
    $35.00
  • North Westland Rural Road Map
    North Westland Rural Road Map
    ISBN: 2020011325010
    Title: North Westland Rural Road Map
    Author: KIWIMAPS


    Format: Map
    Price: $10.00
    $10.00
  • NZ Coastlines
    NZ Coastlines
    ISBN: 9781988538495
    Title: NZ Coastlines
    Author: TORCKLER DARRYL & GILLIAN

    A pictorial book of New Zealand’s coastlines, featuring the stunning images of innovative photography of Darryl Torckler, with text commentary from Gillian Torckler.

    Divided geographically, the photographed areas include:
    North: Bay of Islands to the Cape, down to 90-mile beach and Hokianga.
    East: from the Bay of Islands to Napier, including the outer Hauraki Gulf and islands, White Island.
    Central: Wellington, Marlborough, Nelson and Tasman District.
    West: west coast of the South Island to the North Island’s west coast.
    South: South Island, including all of the southern east coast, Stewart Island.

    Format: Hardback
    Price: $30.00
    $30.00
  • NZ LP 20th Edition
    NZ LP 20th Edition
    ISBN: 9781787016033
    Title: NZ LP 20th Edition
    Author: 20TH EDITION

    Lonely Planet: The world's leading travel guide publisher

    Lonely Planet's New Zealand is your passport to the most relevant, up-to-date advice on what to see and skip, and what hidden discoveries await you. Glide through turquoise waters past pods of orcas in Bay of Islands; try black-water rafting in astonishing Waitomo Caves; watch the ground breathe steam in volcanic Rotorua; and hit the slopes in Queenstown and Wanaka - all with your trusted travel companion. Get to the heart of New Zealand and begin your journey now

    Inside Lonely Planet's New Zealand

    • Color maps and images throughout
    • Highlightsand itineraries help you tailor your trip to your personal needs and interests
    • Insider tips to save time and money and get around like a local, avoiding crowds and trouble spots
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    • Covers Auckland, Bay of Islands & Northland, Waikato & the Coromandel Peninsula, Taupo & the Central Plateau, Rotorua & the Bay of Plenty, the East Coast, Wellington & Around, Marlborough & Nelson, the West Coast, Christchurch & Canterbury, Dunedin & Otago, Queenstown & Wanaka, Fiordland & Southland
    The Perfect Choice: Lonely Planet's New Zealand is our most comprehensive guide to the country, and is designed to immerse you in the culture and help you discover the best sights and get off the beaten track.

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    ISBN: 941587100020
    Title: NZ Minimap
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    Title: NZ Planning Map LP
    Author: LONELY PLANET PUBLICATIONS STAFF


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    Title: NZ Rob Suisted Standard
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