It hasn’t all been drinking beer and throwing axes…
… and at the same time, some of us are strangely becoming much better at both! I suppose what I’m trying to say is that we have all been busy thinking about you during our summer holiday and at the same time we have all been enjoying ourselves immensely in this perfect paradise. We have been in the Unesco South West New Zealand World Heritage Area ground testing a priority set of adventures and taking the time to discuss and develop them in great detail, for you.
We will continue to develop our packages and will be letting you know about them via social media or better still, subscribe here on our website and you’ll be among the first to know about them via a friendly little email from us. We are small footprint operators with a focus on regenerative tourism so our guided group adventures are for small groups and we won’t be running many groups through our various adventures – the availability is very limited and if our inquiry continues at the current rate, you’ll genuinely have to be quick to ‘register interest’. Once you have registered interest (there’s a button for that under each adventure on this website), one of our team will book a call with you, ring and make sure your preferred adventure will work for your dates, your group size, your preferred duration and so on. Low fuss, easy, no pressure from us. Nice and personal service from fun loving outsiders.
We will be adding two packages to the lineup soon, namely ‘Bare Backer’ and ‘Passing Wind’:
Bare Backer is just a simple accommodation package for people doing one of the local walks that don’t require guiding. It can include transfers to and from Queenstown airport and/or drop off and pick up services for your walks. We will be able to store some gear while you’re in the World Heritage Area if you like. We have some backpacker bunks, family huts and self contained huts.
Passing Wind is a mountain biking package that will involve nights at The Great Glenorchy Alpine Base Camp and nights pack camping. We are working on routes now and trying to decide whether or not we base the adventures around e-bikes or if we kick it a bit more old school and use real treadlies. Stand by.