The Tuatapere Hump Ridge Track has featured in a variety of media articles. Click on the links below to read the full articles.
September 2010: "Today, the Hump Ridge continues to inspire those who climb it...For most trampers, the views alone - extending from Fiordland to Stewart Island - are worth the effort of the climb. On a clear day,it's not hard for anyone to believe they are on top of the world." Hugh Conly, The Press, Christchurch
May 2010: "And then there's the beauty of the Hump Ridge. Middle Earth is not an invention by Weta Workshop. This is not just a learning experience, it's also one for the soul." Ruud Kleinpaste, NZ Gardener
Autumn 2010: "The three-day tramp takes in some of New Zealand's most spectacular terrain, unspoiled native bush, remote beaches and isolated heritage sites, and it's easy to understand why trampers still talk about it long after they've returned to the humdrum of the daily grind." Heritage Matters
October 2009: "By 9.00am we were on the coast, a wild expanse of driftwood-littered sand and glittering ocean with the dim bulk of Stewart Island on the horizon." Sally Duggan, NZ Life & Leisure Magazine