Wild 192

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Wild’s Winter Issue #192 is here! Naturally, being winter, there are lots of stories about snow and ice. We have stories on snowshoeing in Kosciuszko NP, on Sam Smoothy's audacious project to ski all of NZ's 3000m peaks, on lessons for backcountry skiers, stories from snow sports volunteers, and on a global journey from Adam Flower who made ice and alpine climbing one of his life's key driving forces. Of course, winter doesn't only mean snow; it's also the best time for adventuring in northern Australia, so this issue's destination piece gives a local's perspective of hiking on stunning Hinchinbrook Island from a local; our track notes look at hiking and packrafting in the NT's Katherine Gorge; and our Wild Bunch section gives the lowdown on five walks in the Kimberley.

Aside from our adventurous Aussie-based stories, we also have a beautiful feature on hiking in British Columbia, a great profile on climbing legend Louise Shepherd, a feature on dealing with mental health incidents in the outdoors, a conservation feature on the fascinating history of aerial forest activism in Tasmania, and a photo essay on Tassie’s stunning and precious paleo-endemic trees. Plus there are our awesome columnists, Green Pages, Wild Shot, and more.