Afoot - Guided Walks and Treks
Afoot operates under a concession from the Department of Conservation providing experienced personal guides for individually-designed tramping trips.
Afoot is also an Accredited Award Provider (AAP) with The Duke of Edinburgh's International Award - refer "Duke of Edinburgh" page.
There are a number of suggested multi-day routes and itineraries; alternatively you can design your own trek in conjunction with your guide dependent on the degree of difficulty and type of challenge sought. Typical treks can involve pristine native bush, pure trout streams, open top, river and lowland trails and hot thermal springs.
These ranges provide opportunities for long and short treks into rarely-visited areas of native bush. We are unlikely to see other trampers on our trips. The ranges are rugged but offer unrivalled access to real New Zealand wilderness areas.
Typical group size is four but groups from two to six can be accommodated. Multi-day treks are usually 2 to 5 nights duration.
Shorter full day or half-day trips are also available. Destinations include Boundary Stream, White Pine Bush, Maraetotara Falls, Mohi Bush Reserve and Te Mata Peak. Food and beverages are included on these shorter trips.
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