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The Karamea - A seven day epic

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Ben Willems and friends endure an epic descent of a continually flooding Karamea river. This article originally appeared in NZ Canoeing & Rafting #39, September 1988.

Karamea in flood

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Deirdre Hiller and companions enjoy an adventurous descent of the Karamea river in flood. This article originally appeared in NZ Canoeing & Rafting #37, Winter 1986.

Seven more for Huka

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Seven more for Huka, by John Howes, from NZ Canoeing & Rafting #36, Autumn 1985, p3

A Waiwhakaiho Tupperware Party

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Steve Bungays describes an early descent of the Waiwhakaiho (was Waiwakaiho) river. This article originally appeared in NZ Canoeing 35, Summer 1985.

Karamea

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Doug Rankin describes a four-and-a-half-day adventure on the Karamea River. This article originally appeared in NZ Canoeing & Rafting #34, Spring 1984.

A Clarence River Trip

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This article by Jim Hutton originally appeared in New Zealand Canoeing #22, July 1981.

Frolics on the Mokau

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This account of an December 1951 descent of Taranaki's Mokau River first appeared in Whitewater Canoeing in New Zealand, v1 nIII and was reprinted in NZ Canoeing Bulletin 11, 1979.
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