TTC club night programme
Held on Tuesday evenings
- Supper, socialising from 7:10 pm - 7:30 pm
- General business 7:30 pm - 7:35 pm
- Speaker 7:35 pm - 8:30 pm
A community defibrillator is outside the hall
The hall is available for hire.
Tuesday is our regular club night
We welcome new faces at our hui, and there are always club members available to provide newcomers with information and answer any questions.
New Zealand’s COVID-19 Protection Framework has ended.
You are welcome to continue to wear a face mask. Please do not attend club nights if you are unwell.
Club night programme
All presentations and events listed below will be broadcast live online via Google Meet web conferencing. See online hui guidance for information on how to attend online.
To add and update club nights go to https://ttc.org.nz/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/FixtureCard/2022ClubNights
03 October Bagging Tararua: 50 huts in 41 days - Anna Watson
Anna and James were relaxing at home in Upper Hutt one wintery evening when James threw out an idea: bag every single hut in Tararua in one continuous tramp. And that's exactly what Anna, James and their dog Boo did.
10 October Harper Pass in July: no NOBOs or SOBOs - Janette Roberts
Janette’s winter trip this year was up the Hurunui, and over Harper Pass to the Taramakau, in the first week of July. ‘Needless to say’, she says, her party met no other trampers. Not one NOBO or SOBO to be seen.
17 October Chamonix to Zermatt: Hiking the Walker’s Haute Route - Jonty Crane
The 200 km Haute Route takes hikers on a visually stunning journey between Mont Blanc and the Matterhorn through glacial valleys, alpine meadows and enchanting villages, passing by 10 of the highest peaks in the Alps.
24 October The 4,500 km / 60,000 vertical m Tour Divide - Darryl Carpenter
The Tour Divide from Banff to the USA/Mexico border is the longest and toughest bike packing race in the world. Rookie ultra-distance racer Darryl faced the usual hazards - bears, mountain lions, freezing rain, overwhelming heat, horrendous mud. What could possibly go wrong?
31 October A return to South America - Peter Smith & Trish Gardiner-Smith
After attending their son Nigel's wedding in Chile, Peter and Trish explored the Mt Fitzroy area of Argentina. They look back on four visits to South America over a period of 46 years.
Attending an online clubnight
See our online hui assistance.