Words: Thirty Odd People, Wilderness Magazine

Arthur’s Pass is home to just 30 people but together they maintain an active volunteer fire brigade, search and rescue unit and a wildlife trust that maintains hundreds of stoat traps to protect kiwi, whio and other native birds.

What’s it like living in a small community in the middle of the mountains? I asked some locals.

The story appeared in the April issue of Wilderness Magazine; read it here.