Snow Farm Ski Area

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Ski Resort Snow Farm is a 37km drive from Wanaka offering first-class cross-country skiing. With 55 km of groomed trails, Snow Farm has some of the top cross-country skiing principles in the Southern Hemisphere. There are trails and ski packages to suit all abilities and ages. Some of the facilities offered here include tubing, sledding and snowshoeing. Snow Farm has superb views and on field accommodation is provided in a very large...

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Treble Cone Ski Area

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Ski Resort Treble Cone is the biggest ski area in the South Island of New Zealand and is the winner of the Peoples Choice New Zealand Ski Area Service Award 2006. It has the highest vertical drop in South Island at 700 metres and stunning views across over Lake Wanaka and Mt Aspiring. Treble Cone continues to keep improving its facilities for instance, in 2008 there were major developments to improve trails in the Saddle Basin as well...

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Cardrona Alpine Resort

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Ski Resort Cardrona Alpine Resort is situated between Wanaka and Queenstown in the South Island of New Zealand. It offers a comfortable and friendly ski and snowboard resort with plenty of wide open spaces, avoiding congestion. The resort is suitable for all abilities and ages including families, freeriders, teenagers, kids and senior citizens. There is a designated area for beginners, wide open groomed slopes for intermediates,...

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Coronet Peak Ski Area

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Ski Resort Coronet Peak is New Zealand’s premier and most popular ski resort. It is a 25 minute drive from Queenstown along sealed roads. Seasons run approx mid June to early October, opening from 9am – 4pm. Coronet Peak is suited to all levels offering beginner to advanced slopes. Coronet Peak has 280 hectares of terrain accessible via a six seater express chair, an express quad, a double chair and T-bar. There is a designated...

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Roundhill Ski Area

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Ski Resort Roundhill Ski Area is located in the heart of the Mackenzie Country where you can enjoy stunning views of Mount Cook, Lake Tekapo and the Mackenzie Basin. Roundhill Ski field is suitable for families, beginners and intermediate skiers, school groups and training ski teams. With the all new terrain park the ski field has started to attract younger people, however the existing terrain is still there for mums, dads and kids to...

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Ohau Snow Fields

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Ski Resort Ohau is a commercial ski field situated in Mackenzie country, Canterbury in the South Island of New Zealand. The terrain is inside a big basin and there is a 20 min hike up to the ridge from the top of the lift. You get magnificent views of beautiful snow capped mountains of the Southern Alps once at the top. Ohau is suitable for all levels and facilities offered to suit everyone for instance for beginners there’s the easy...

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Mount Dobson Ski Area

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Ski Resort Mount Dobson is a commercial activity not a club field, well-known for dry powder and fantastic views with the highest base facilities in New Zealand. It has wide open sunny slopes and once you have finished your runs, you can ride the Triple Chairlift back to the top. Mt Dobson Ski Area suits all levels from first timers to advance. The 3 kilometer wide field has a T-bar lift and New Zealand’s largest beginners area. The...

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Temple Basin Ski Area

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Ski Resort Temple Basin is a tall alpine club field in the heart of a national park, surrounded by wonderful mountains. It is a favourite ski resort among snowboarders because of its excellent 320 hectares of terrain including basins, chutes and natural half pipes, accessible via 3 rope tows and some hiking along the ridges. Temple Basin is suitable for skiers and boarders of all abilities from beginners to advance. Night skiing is...

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Porter Heights Ski Area

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Ski Resort Porter Heights Ski Area is the closest ski area to Christchurch – the first thing that will hit you is the steepness of the slopes, with the highest lifted point to 1980 metres. You get some stunning views of the Southern Alps with Lake Coleridge sparkling below. There have been some fantastic mountain improvements in 2007 and 2008 including the new modern café and bar, the new ‘Ski-Mat’ carpet lift is also a popular...

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Mount Olympus Ski Field

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Ski Resort Mt Olympus is one and half hours from Christchurch. It is a club field on New Zealand’s Craigieburn range set deep in the Ryton Valley. It offers incredible and uncrowded terrain in a back-country setting which gives it that middle of nowhere feeling. The ski area is a large south-facing bowl which captures some of the most excellent southerly powder in Canterbury. On field accommodation is provided at the Top Hut Lodge and...

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Tukino Ski Area

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Ski Resort Tukino ski field is on the eastern side of Mt Ruapehu and is accessible by 4WD from the Desert Road. Tukino is a small club-run field which operates rope tows only. Tukino offers the only one of its kind blend of exciting activity without the crowds and a very family friendly atmosphere. It’s a great place for skiers and snowboarder plus its sheltered from current winds, which means even on a cloudy day the fields are still...

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How much does it cost to ski in New Zealand?

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This all depends on where you want to ski as all the resorts have their own price range. It also depends on the type of pass you want. The three major ski fields are Mt Hutt, The Remarkables and Coronet Peak. If you plan to ski at one of the Wanaka’s winter resorts, Cardrona (suitable for beginners), Treble Cone (suitable for advanced), Snow Farm or Snow Park NZ, then an Adult day pass will cost you between $75 to $99 dollars....

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