An accident at the start of 2020 turned out to be a good thing… Thanks to a fridge door I was sidelined for all of 2020 and what seemed like a death sentence turned into NzHikes.co.nz! If I have been forced to sit around, then I’m not going to sit around and do nothing!! One story became 20… 50… and now over 300 tales from the mountains of New Zealand and around the world….
“On a Mish” #249 Over 60s National Cricket Tournament. Hagley Park. 7.2.2021. The older seem to be getting younger. Competitive sport amongst the more senior
“On a Mish” #305 Whiskey with Snow – Part Three. Whiskey Trail. Livingstone Mountains. Fiordland National Park. 12.10.2021. A night of sub-zero temperatures with strong
“A Mish a Day” #102 Mt Grey(933m). Mt Grey/Maukatere Conservation Area. 23.7.2011. Hiking into a storm seems like a bad idea, but once you experience
“A Mish a Day” #7 Mt Burns(1645m) – Part One. Fiordland National Park. 20.3.2017. Mt Burns(1645m) towers over the Borland Road like an over-sized skyscraper
“A Mish a Day” #225 (Part 1) Waipara River Mouth/Motunau. Hurunui Region. 27.11.2020. Going on adventures with my cousin Adam in his battle-ready Suzuki Jimny
“A Mish a Day” #12 Mt Hodgkinson(1486m). Aoraki/Mt Cook National Park. 22.1.2015. If your backyard (and frontyard) is Aoraki/Mt Cook National Park, then you are
“A Mish a Day” #73 Lennox Falls Camp. Mt Aspiring National Park. 14.12.2012. Along with the outstanding working environment, another reason I really enjoy guiding