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The Mukamuka Munter 2018
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The Mukamuka Munter established in 2007 lay dormant for a few years but has been resurrected by the Undulator team 3 years ago. Started originally by Shane Ross, Shane was training for the Arrow 24 & 48 Hour Adventure Race series. Our weekend mission was work … Read More

Taranaki – New Zealand’s best kept secret
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Taranaki – New Zealand’s best kept secret New Zealand has changed a fair bit since I was a kid. Before Lord of the Rings, before the adventure tourism campaigns and before we were a dream travel destination, we were pretty unheard of. Now we’re seeing more … Read More

Mukamuka Munter – Sunday 19 August 2018
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Wellingtons Mukamuka Munter is a 33km backcountry adventure run set in the rugged and beautiful  Rimutaka Forrest Park. Often used by athletes training for the Coast to Coast, the route has everything. From coastal 4wd track, to un tracked boulder hopping up impressive wild river valleys, … Read More

My first ultra marathon race – The Great Kauri Run – 70km
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Oh. My. God. Said exactly like Steve Martin in Housesitter. So I thought I was ready for my first ultra, 70k is not a bad place to start. Plenty of marathons under my belt. I had done a 50k for training a month earlier in a … Read More

Tips for Making the Most of Trail Running
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Tips for Making the Most of Trail Running Image via Pexels   Spring is right around the corner and as the weather thaws, many people find themselves itching to go outside and get moving. Trail running is a great way to get in your cardio exercise … Read More

Hill Of Desolation
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Logan, Mt Dundas (debated), Arete, Bannister, Point 1513, Lancaster, Girdlestone, Brockett, Mitre, Peggys Peak, North King, Middle King, South King, McGregor, Angle Knob. It’s quite a mouthful really. Look at a map and these 1500 metre giants are dotted at fairly even intervals down the craggy … Read More

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