Established in 1919, TTC is the longest established tramping club in Wellington with over 700 members. We are one more than 300 outdoor recreational clubs and societies affiliated to the national body, Federated Mountain Clubs of New Zealand.
Although tramping is our most popular activity, there are many other ways you can enjoy yourself with the club, including family trips, snow sports, day walks, conservation. biking, youth programme and climbing and mountaineering. Have a look at our activities page for more details. ...
Our event schedule is packed with all kinds of trips and activities, all year round.
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TTC Christmas Carols
7.00 Onwards - Tuesday 11th December
The Salvation Army Band will be providing music for our carols. Cake, wine, juice, hot drinks, and nibbles will be provided.
$4 entry with proceeds to the Salvation Army. Please bring a small Christmas gift for the Salvation Army gift-box.
Tararua Tramping Club Social Committee
Keep this line
The TTC Centenary Committee has arranged a purchasing arrangement with Earth Sea Sky to sell to TTC members items of clothing branded with the TTC logo, complete with the centenary year (1919-2019) embroidered under the actual edelweiss representation.
See purchase information and the logo on a beanie and T-shirt.
Donations in Memory of Peter Hicks
Please deposit any donations for the TTC on behalf of Peter in lieu of flowers into bank account Tararua Tramping Club 02-0500-0022732-00 coded "Peter" "TTC Donation".
(notice for nonmembers visiting site). Many thanks from Peter's family for your kindness.
At our next meeting
Club nights are held on Tuesdays from 7:10pm.
With a growing number of native birds leaving the sanctuary and a restoration focus on the rehabilitation of lakes and wetlands, Pascale Michel will tell us how Zealandia is promoting ecosystem health ‘beyond the fence’.
Over one hundred years ago Ian Baines’ father, Jack, built the first Baine iti Hut beside the Orongorongo River. Making use of his family’s extensive photo collection, Ian takes us back to those magical pioneering days of tramping in the valley.