Environmentally Conscious Tramping brochure by Maj-Britt Engelhardt

Be aware. Consider … Environmentally Conscious Tramping brochure By Maj-Britt Engelhardt I’m passionate about tramping and nature (mountains, trees, flowers, birds, etc) but have struggled to find useful information to help me make better environmental decisions when tramping. At my 2018 club talk on Environmentally Conscious Tramping I realised others had the same problem when … Read more

From the President…in November

As always things have been busy in the world of WTMC this month, particularly on the training front. Club members have variously attended first aid training, a pack-rafting safety course, canyoning abseiling basics and we’ve got river safety training coming up this weekend too. Many thanks to those involved with organising these training sessions and … Read more

WTMC 2018 Scholarships

The Wellington Tramping and Mountaineering Club is excited to announce that we are offering scholarships to help our members gain experience and skills to further their tramping adventures. We know that members would like to develop their outdoor skills and technical knowledge to be more confident trip leaders, such as navigation, river crossing, first aid … Read more

2018 WTMC Photo Competion

The annual WTMC photo competition was held at the club-rooms on 8 August. The photos were judged by Grant Newton, and the prizes for the winners of each category were provided with a generous donation from life-member Ron Fayle. Grant’s comments were well received by all competitors and visitors. He particularly noted that although many … Read more

Help update the cookbook! Calling for new recipes and corrections

WTMC Cookbook cover

It’s time again to update the WTMC cookbook. The cookbook has 83 recipes in it including all the favourite tramping dinner meals AND desserts, snacks, dehydrated meals and the famous Tararua Biscuits! It’s ready for an update. We want your recipes and your corrections. You can view a PDF or word version of the cookbook … Read more