In the Know with HutReno A Backcountry Newsletter About Making Tracks and Huts BetterMount TaranakiEvaluating HutReno’s Mt Taranaki ProjectMaking effective use of each volunteer’s energy, skill-set and dedication along with DOC’s time, resources and logistics has...
HutReno is a backcountry volunteer experience designed for individuals wanting to give back to society in the form of conservation
We’re seeking for the volunteer services of a Project Manager plus two or three motivated individuals wanting to be part of an exciting Management Team.
The Department of Conservation in New Plymouth has asked HutReno to repaint the historic 'Camphouse' on Mt Taranaki. The project has been inspected and it requires very little work. Apart from it being an honour to be involved with this project, there is no tramping...
A restoration of Christopher Hut is scheduled to take place during the first week of April 2020.
NEW ZEALAND’S BACKCOUNTRY huts are a glorious melange of structures built over more than a century and probably unmatched in diversity anywhere in the world. But many of these shelters sre at risk of being lost to dilapidation, old age and the ravages of the weather....
Federated Mountain Clubs (FMC) recently published a blog about the announcement by The Department of Conservation's review of the Hut Service Standards. FMC is providing feedback in the early stages of this review.
Your sense of self-efficacy plays a major role in how you approach goals, tasks and challenges.
Spending time in nature can be likened to taking an eco-health supplement or life preservative! At the very least, an adventure to share with your family, friends and acquaintances during a team building exercise.
This volunteer effort completed two hut renovations with a further two being planned. This backcountry hut initiative is part of the ABTC 40th anniversary celebrations.