Posts Tagged "NewZealand"


Treble Cone has an inspiring view over Lake Wanaka, Mount Aspring and The Southern Alps. Treble Cone has 550 hectares of varying terrain with slopes to suit all, making it a great place for beginners to advancing intermediates and experts. Its proximity to the Southern Alps makes reliable snow conditions and weather and is protected from the bitterly cold southern winds. Treble Cone offers more intermediate and advanced terrain than...

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Remarkables Alpine Park is a beautiful alpine location with great slopes, fantastic terrain and great snow. The Remarkables ranges are a set of mountains and ski field in Otago, South Island of New Zealand located on the south eastern shore of Lake Wakatipu. The mountains were named the remarkable because they are one of only two mountain ranges in the world which run directly north to south and upon seeing the sunset one evening was...

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Ohau means ‘a place of wind.’ Ohau is a small commercial ski field near the Otago and Canterbury regions. Ohau has some of the best scenic views in New Zealand. From the summit you have a spectacular view of the Southern Alps and Lake Ohau. The mountain caters to all abilities, whether you’re just beginning or whether you’re an expert. Accommodation in Ohau is 10km’s away on the lake. The NZski pass which...

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Mount Hutt is located 80 kilometers west of Christchurch. There is no accommodation on snow. Its summit reaches 2190 meters above sea level. Mount Hutt is the largest alpine ski area on the South Island of New Zealand. The views from the top of Mount Hutt are breathtaking and on a clear day you can see views right out to the Pacific Ocean. There are many different runs on the mountain which cater to a wide range of skiers anywhere...

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Coronet Peak is the South islands most popular mountain resort. It has offered more than 60 years of a passionate and committed ski area. A multimillion dollar investment was brought on in 2008 on a new base building and 141 new snow cannons. Coronet Peak is the training ground of New Zealand’s national ski team. All accommodation is off the mountain but facilities at the resort include several eateries, a huge heated deck, snow...

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