2015 January – Cass Lagoon Tramp

19 Jan

Gavin & I had the most fantastic opportunity to go on a four day tramp with Wide Open Spaces.


We were four days and three nights on the Cass Lagoon Track near Arthur’s Pass.

Cass Lagoon Map

This was the most difficult physical activity Gavin had ever done in his life and in 20 years for me. It was very, very hard. We were pushed beyond our limits in almost every way.

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Yet, we had the most priceless and amazing opportunity to experience this together as father and son. I would do it again in a heartbeat (well, after I recover from this one).

I can’t speak highly enough for the crew of Wide Open Spaces. They were tremendous guides, well equipped, patient, & knowledgeable.

A full album of our tramp is on FaceBook.

For these tramps all of the necessary equipment, including food, is provided by Wide Open Spaces. All you need to bring is your clothes and even then they will provide jackets, thermals, etc. if needed.

Everyone involved are Christians and the tramp is purposefully focused on Scriptures and Biblical principles. This included evening devotionals together as father/son as well as purposeful chats along the track attempting to direct our attention to God’s glory in creation and from the Scriptures.

Gavin & I had never attempted even a full day’s tramp with a pack, let alone a overnighter, and certainly not a full four day tramp. We jumped into the deep end on this one.

It was the best father/son activity we have ever done! We will certainly look to do it again!

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Posted by on 19/01/2015 in Family, Fun, New Zealand


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