Off the Beaten Track
In August 2018, Kennedy Warne came and stayed at Whiowhio Hut. Here's the story he did about us for RNZ's Nine to Noon:
Photo: Kennedy in the abandoned Manawatu Gorge checking out the devastation.
The Long Way Home
In December 2018, actor and Te Araroa podcaster Bruce Hopkins visited us just before Christmas. Here's the first of 2 stories featuring Whiowhio Hut that played in his RNZ podcast, The Long Way Home:
Just before Whiowhio Hut opened, Manawatu Standard environment reporter Carly Tomas paid us a visit. Read her story here: No need to head for the hills for a bed.
In 2017 we walked from Wellington to the top of the Coromandel. Here's a small Wilderness Magazine article about Spine of the Fish that features the hut: A Different Kettle of Fish
The best walk in the World?
NZ Listener journalist Rebecca Macfie's 2016 article about Te Araroa features photos and an interview about our 2015 South Island trek: Treasure Trek
Whiowhio Hut is an opportunity for us to raise money for, and awareness of the conservation work that we do with Whio and Wilding Pines in the Ruahine Ranges. We also like to raise awareness by telling stories about the place we love...
Whio Monitoring with DOC
Months after a huge 1080 operation, Anthony Behrens joins a whio hunt to see if the controversial poison is helping this endangered bird. Survival of the Whio
20 June 2018
The Palmy Pine Pulling Posse
Guests to Whiowhio Hut pay a koha to stay - and that money goes to our whio protection work as well as some wilding pine control in the Ruahine Ranges. Here's a little video about that work.