A walk in Kiwi land

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A walk in Kiwi land

Durango woman making waves – and footprints – with upcoming 1,800-mile trek
The Te Araroa trail in New Zealand offers a little bit of everything, including, of course, alpine trekking. This is Waiau Pass, in the Nelson-Marlborough region. Margaret Hedderman of Durango, along with her father, Bobby Hedderman, plans to begin the long trek Nov. 3.
Margaret Hedderman has pursued her dream of trekking the new 1,800-mile Te Araroa trail in New Zealand for four years. This year, things fell into place, including her father, Bobby Hedderman, agreeing to join her on the adventure. They’ll begin in early November.
Water crossings, such as the Papakauri Stream in the Northland region, are among the obstacles on the 1,800-mile-long Te Araroa trail.
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A walk in Kiwi land

The Te Araroa trail in New Zealand offers a little bit of everything, including, of course, alpine trekking. This is Waiau Pass, in the Nelson-Marlborough region. Margaret Hedderman of Durango, along with her father, Bobby Hedderman, plans to begin the long trek Nov. 3.
Margaret Hedderman has pursued her dream of trekking the new 1,800-mile Te Araroa trail in New Zealand for four years. This year, things fell into place, including her father, Bobby Hedderman, agreeing to join her on the adventure. They’ll begin in early November.
Water crossings, such as the Papakauri Stream in the Northland region, are among the obstacles on the 1,800-mile-long Te Araroa trail.
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