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    Family Wilderness Hiking

    Share the fun & adventure of hiking in NZ's remotest wilderness areas with your family, Relax and enjoy the experience with your children while your guide takes care of all the logistics! 

    We all had fun together and spent some valuable bonding time in the midst of the most beautiful landscape. We would recommend this trip absolutely. It was great for our family because it is a good, safe and a less stressful way of having this wonderful experience (having a guide, cook, motivator, organizier with you).

    Mechtersheimer family, Australia

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    NZ's hardest guided hikes

    Challenge yourself on NZ's hardest guided hiking trips.  From the 8 day Gillespie Rabbit Pass Traverse to multi-day treks on NZ's highest glaciers.  Wild Walks by Aspiring Guides offers guided hiking trips to some of NZ's most remote wilderness areas.

    “The moment you head onto the pass and the whole East Matukituki opens up in front of you. It's a staggering view from what was previously a somewhat enclosed environment. The thrill of climbing the waterfall face would be a close second.”

    Matthew Pike, NZ

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    Snow and Ice Wild Walks

    From walking in snowshoes during winter to trekking peaks and glaciers in summer we've got you covered.

    Custom Wild Walk:  "I loved NZ, the people, the wildlife, the picturesque scenery, and the humor, efficiency, and professionalism of the AG staff.  I would definitely like to come back. "

    Mary Miller, USA

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    Wild Walking in NZ

    Classic New Zealand hiking, which is to say the track is rough and sometimes wet. While there is a prepared track it is not groomed to the level of the busier Great Walks trails.

    "A real team approach from the Aspiring Guides outfit ( and I mean everyone from the office to the guides). Wanaka a lovely base. We really felt we had experienced climbing in New Zealand rather than just another Alpine climb."

    Simon Laker, UK