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Tararua Tramping Club

Te rōpū hikoi o te pae maunga o Tararua   -   Celebrating 100 years of tramping

Tararua History Home Page

Tararua Tramper archive and index

Tararua Annual editions index

TTC's Centenary history
Leading the Way
is still available

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Tararua Tramping club has published histories:

  • Tararua Story, 1946
  • Generally Tramping, 1994. Published to coincide with TTC's 75th Jubilee in 1994.
  • Leading the way – 100 years of the Tararua Tramping Club, a magnum opus by Shaun Barnett and Chris Maclean, published for the club's centenary in 2019
  • trip reports on the website go back to 2005
  • The Tararua Tramper editions from 2004 online
  • all volumes of Tararua Annual are online

Copies of the published histories, and all volumes of Tararua Annual and Tararua Tramper are held in the club's library.

1919

  • 1919 Rules  Photos of the 1919 Rules
  • Established in 1919  A brief account of the Southern Crossing, the genesis of the Tararua Tramping Club, and its founders Willie Field and Fred Vosseler

1920s

1950s

Names

Peter Jagger

Peter Jagger was a long time club member, and ardent tramper. He wrote a number of publications on tramping in the Tararuas, and his estate has generously allowed the club to make them available.

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Ttc 692 Sea kayaking

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Wednesday walk, Rimutaka FP Photo David Olgilvie TTC
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Wednesday walk, Rimutaka FP Photo David Olgilvie TTC

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