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Our Lodge at the Whakapapa Skifield

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Just $35 per night for members (including food!)

Next Clubnight - Tuesday 1 November 2016 - Vince Neale - Exploring Coastal Fiordland - All Welcome - 7:30pm

(See the meetings page for more details)


Membership is now available! Will you join us?

The Manawatu Tramping and Skiing Club is based in Palmerston North and runs a variety of tramping and skiing trips for all ages and abilities. The club meets on the first Tuesday of each month where talks are given by different speakers on topics related to the outdoors. Meetings are held at the Rose City Aquatic Clubrooms, 50 Park Road, Palmerston North (next to the Lido Aquatic Centre) and start at 7:30pm. You are very welcome to come along and have a look.

The club also has a lodge on Mt Ruapehu where members and their guests can stay for skiing, climbing and tramping trips. In addition, the club also owns a Transit minibus for taking on club trips, plus tramping and climbing gear that is available for hire.

The latest version of Beechleaves , our monthly newsletter, is available here to download. Previous editions can be downloaded from our newsletter archive.


Photo Competitions

In October, we hosted the Interclub Photo Competition between PNTMC, MUAC and MTSC. See our Photo Competition Results page for details.

Lifetime Ski Passes are on sale for a very limited time!

Lifetime passes are on sale now and give you lifetime access to Whakapapa and Turoa - New Zealand's largest ski areas. The sale ends at 5pm on 10 October 2016. See RAL's Lifetime Pass web page for details.

Winter at the Lodge

The lodge at Ruapehu is a great launching pad for your Winter and Summer adventures. See the lodge page for further details.

Winter Trip Card

Check out the Winter Trip Card online now!

Bank account

The MTSC bank account for depositing your subs, lodge payments etc. is 03-1521-0220353-000 (Westpac)
Please ensure that any payments are clearly identified with your membership code and a description of the payment.

Get your newsletter by email and save 10 bucks!

Most members now receive their newsletter (in colour) via email or the MTSC web page. The rate for receiving a black-and-white paper copy in the post increased last year, to offset the additional costs of printing and postage. Email the Membership Secretary if you wish to change your newsletter delivery options.

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