Austin College residents tackle NZ’s hardest hike for Camp Quality
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Austin College residents tackle NZ’s hardest hike for Camp Quality

Thursday, 17 November 2016

Austin College residents tackle NZ’s hardest hike for Camp Quality

A group of inspiring friends from Austin College, UNE Armidale, are taking on the immense challenge of The Dusky Track, New Zealand’s toughest hike, for Camp Quality this December!

Duncan Patterson and his friends decided to embark on this grueling 84km challenge - a challenge filled with mud, rain, steep descents and climbs set to test even the most experienced hikers.

Duncan Patterson, Mitchell Stewart, Nathan Gervasoni, Greer Knight, and Adam Griffiths have been avid adventurers for a long time now, and thought "why not raise some much needed funds along the way?" The group is already busy preparing for their journey, having recently completing two practice hikes in the Gibraltar Range and the Blue Mountains.

We would love to get the group as much support as possible, rallying behind them to support their tremendous effort.

Bolster their fundraising effort but heading to their Everyday Hero page and help them achieve their fundraising goal!

If you'd like more information about the hike, check out the Dusky Track brochure.

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