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The North Face is celebrating the launch of its rebooted, pared-back Summit Series collection in Australia and NZ by giving away an epic alpine adventure experience on 14 April.
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Kiwi whitewater kayaker Jordan Searle has successfully completed the first descent of the Karangarua River from its source on New Zealand’s West Coast.
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