Peninsula Tramping ClubTramping is a way of life
In keeping with recent changes in government policy, PTC no longer requires people to have vaccine passes in order to participate in club trips and activities.
Members can use their own discretion about when they wish to wear face masks.
If you are feeling unwell please do not participate in club activities until you feel better and have no symptoms.
PTC is one of Christchurch's largest tramping clubs.
Based in Christchurch, New Zealand, the Peninsula Tramping Club is a large friendly club offering a wide range of trips, mostly in the central part of the South Island. See the trip list to see where we are going in the next month, or trip reports to see where we have been in the past.
The club consists of people of all ages who tramp for recreation.
We organise regular trips to cater for people of different levels of fitness and tramping experience. Our trips range from easy to hard, and may be anything from day trips to long weekends to a week or more.
We also hold a monthly club meeting, and a variety of social events.
CLUB NIGHTS are held on the second Tuesday of each month in the Baptist Church Hall at 286 Oxford Terrace. This is located on the corner of Madras Street and Oxford Terrace, (see map) starting promptly at 7.45 pm. Doors open 7.30.
Hiring club gear for private trips. If you require tramping gear for a private trip and it is available on your dates, club members can hire out the PTC gear - contact the Quartermaster. Please note however that you will be responsible for the costs of any loss or damage at the value at the time of hire.
Tuesday 9 May
Step back into ancient history as Terry Thomsen recounts his experiences on the Annapurna Circuit in 1984 and the Karakoram Highway in 1993.
Wednesday 17 May Meal at La Ruby Thai, Ferrymead
Join us for a yummy, warming meal and a natter.
Varied menu: https://www.larubythai.co.nz/
To book and find out the start time
contact Sue Britain 388 2329 or email@example.com.
Personal Locator Beacons
PLBs for the trip leaders to use (or members’ private hire) are located at Halswell (Merv Meredith), Cashmere (Diane Mellish), and Bishopdale (Kerry Moore).