NSTC November Social Evening:
Weds., 30th November, 2016...
You are in for a treat this month as we are fortunate enough to have two experienced members presenting separate slide shows of their photos from their respective travels on foreign shores. Pat Costello, who is not only a seasoned tramper but also something of a sailor, shall entice you to dream up idyllic getaways in warmer climes, where he has ventured on his yacht in recent times. After this, Ralph Martin, who has tramped fairly extensively in Western Europe, will show pics of his hikes in sunny Europe, while you were no doubt braving the wet and wild Auckland winter! Come and enjoy. Tea & coffee will follow as usual if you wish to linger over a cuppa with fellow trampers.
See you there,
Pam and Elizabeth and the committee
NSTC OPEN DAY - SUNDAY 15TH JANUARY 2017!!
For those of you who've been watching the site for a while, or have been in previous years Open Days, this is a great chance to join us for a fairly easy day, meet other trampers. It doesn't matter whether you're an experience tramper looking to join a club & club discounts (we'll have extra mileage for you to do), or a novice wanting to learn and join in with a good group.
If you're keen to join us before then, you're very welcome.
Full details in the What's On page..
Based in Auckland, New Zealand, the North Shore Tramping Club is a friendly club offering a wide range of trips, mostly in the northern half of the North Island.
The club consists of people of all ages who tramp for recreation, fun and fitness. We welcome and encourage individuals and family groups and you don't need to be a member to tramp with us.
We organise regular trips to cater for people of different levels of fitness and tramping experience. Our trips range from easy to hard, and from day trips and weekends to up to ten days at Xmas and Easter. Transportation is provided.
For more information about the club, see About Us.
What's Coming Up
See What's On for the trips and social programme.
Where We've Been
See Trip Reports for stories on our recent travels: