We invited people to send in stories about the bush, and received some good yarns about tramping. Here is a selection.
What's your story?
In the middle of the night, Angela Corrigan’s good deed took an odd turn.
On his first tramping trip at 17, John Irvine put his foot in it.
Unlike most bush huts, Les Bergesen’s was built as a hideout.
Mike Deavin’s poem reflects on the hard work that creates walking tracks.