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Te Araroa : walking New Zealand's 3,000-kilometre trail

Author: Mark Watson
Publisher: Auckland, New Zealand : New Holland Publishers (NZ) Ltd, 2015. ©2015
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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"In January 2015 Mark Watson left sunny Cape Reinga to walk and photograph the length of Te Araroa. The journey would take him nearly six months, through constantly changing landscape, geology, and many different kinds of forest. He walked urban pathways, farm tracks, beaches, roads, regional and national parks and reached Bluff - amid winter storms - in July. His visual record of the trail's scenery is presented in  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Pictorial works
Named Person: Mark Watson
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Mark Watson
ISBN: 9781869664367 1869664361
OCLC Number: 928024297
Description: 223 pages : colour illustrations, colour maps ; 23 x 28 cm
Contents: Northland --
Auckland --
Waikato/King Country --
Whanganui --
Manawatu/Wellington --
Nelson/Marlborough --
Canterbury --
Otago --
Southland.
Responsibility: photography by Mark Watson.

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"In January 2015 Mark Watson left sunny Cape Reinga to walk and photograph the length of Te Araroa. The journey would take him nearly six months, through constantly changing landscape, geology, and many different kinds of forest. He walked urban pathways, farm tracks, beaches, roads, regional and national parks and reached Bluff - amid winter storms - in July. His visual record of the trail's scenery is presented in nine geographic sections matching the structure of the trail, with introductory text and captioned photographs to describe the landscape, diversity, culture and history of each region. Te Araroa, the long trail, was established by Geoff Chapple and officially opened in December 2011 by Governor-General, Sir Jerry Mateparae. Mark Watson's book features a Foreword by Geoff Chapple, founder, Te Araroa."--Publisher information.

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