- [Trek New Zealand]. Jermanok, Steve // Backpacker;Sep2004, Vol. 32 Issue 7, p39
Offers advice on backpacking for an adventure at the Milford Track in Fiordland National Park in New Zealand.
- Stepping high in New Zealand. Gray, Joan // Contemporary Review;Jan1995, Vol. 266 Issue 1548, p32
Describes a travel in Milford Track in Fiordland National Park, South Island, New Zealand. Rain forests; Pastoral country to majestic tree-covered slopes; 32 miles of track; Rivers; Cliffs; Gentle Annie Hill; Mount Elliot; Arthur Valley; Giant Gate Falls.
- The Milford Track. Stalcup, Ann // Faces;Jan2001, Vol. 17 Issue 5, p34
Describes the Milford Track, a popular hiking route in New Zealand.
- 'The Milford Track--where on earth is that?' Powell, H.D.W. // British Medical Journal (Clinical Research Edition);12/20/1986, Vol. 293 Issue 6562, p1655
Describes the Milford Track in New Zealand. Expedition of the author to the track; Sight in the Sutherland Falls; Journey to Te Anau.
- The Sound of Silence. Sherborne, Craig // Monthly: Australian Politics, Society & Culture;May2011, Issue 67, p38
A personal narrative is presented which explores the author's experience in the mountains of the Milford Track in New Zealand's Southern Alps.
- Australasia. Hillary, Peter // Backpacker;Feb98, Vol. 26 Issue 1, p52
Describes places in Australasia suited for backpacking. Milford Track, New Zealand; Blue Gum forest trail, Australia; Overland track, Tasmania.
- Milford Track pioneers. PENBERTHY, NATSUMI // Australian Geographic;Mar/Apr2016, Issue 131, p34
The article focuses on a photograph of a group of writers, mountaineers, and photographers during their promotion of Milford Track, a hiking route in New Zealand, to Australian travellers including Tom Fyfe, Malcolm Ross, and Forrest Ross.
- Antiaris toxicaria (Moraceae) -- a new distribution record to the Eastern Ghats. Ravikumar, K.; Sankar, R. Vijaya // Journal of Threatened Taxa;Jan2009, Vol. 1 Issue 1, p58
The article presents a study concerning Antiaris toxicaria (Moraceae) in Eastern Ghats, India. It mentions that specimens of Antiaris are from Talakona forests and Pachchaimalais. It notes that Antiaris which is a paleotropical specie, is the first report of such specie in Eastern Ghats. It...
- SCROGGIN. // Wild: Australia's Wilderness Adventure Magazine;Jul/Aug2010, Issue 118, p15
This section offers news briefs on wilderness competitions. Andrew Lock, Australia's most accomplished high-altitude mountaineer, will deliver the annual Sir Edmund Hillary Memorial Address at the Australian Himalayan Foundation's Sydney Dinner at the Sofitel Wentworth Hotel on September 3,...