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Shelter from the Storm

The Story of New Zealand's Backcountry Huts

By Shaun Barnett | Hardback | 1 Review(s)

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One of the defining and unique features of the New Zealand outdoors is the backcountry hut. New Zealand has a remarkably diverse network of these huts, unparalleled anywhere else in the world, and for those who venture into our wild places there is often a passionate attachment to these humble... read more

Format
Hardback
Release Date
01 Sep 2012
Author(s)
Rob Brown
Geoff Spearpoint
Shaun Barnett
Publisher
Potton & Burton
ISBN-13
9781877517709
Dimensions
310mm x 250mm
Pages
364
Format
Hardback
Release Date
01 Sep 2012
Author(s)
Rob Brown
Geoff Spearpoint
Shaun Barnett
Publisher
Potton & Burton
ISBN-13
9781877517709
Dimensions
310mm x 250mm
Pages
364

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02 May 2017

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The fascinating stories behind some of New Zealand’s back-country huts – who built them and who uses them – lavishly illustrated with historic and contemporary photographs.

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