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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Snow Park NZ

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Ski Resort Snow Park is situated in the beautiful Southern Alps of New Zealand. It is a freestyle paradise for snowboarders and skiers opened in 2002. The Park features include two superpipes, a quarterpipe, more than 40 rails, hits and jumps and more, Snow Park has something for everybody. There is a designated area for beginner’s skiers called ‘Half Pint Park’ designed to help riders development into the freestyle world...

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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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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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Mt Cheeseman

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Ski Resort Mt Cheeseman is the first ski club to be established in the south island and is the second closest ski area to Christchurch just 1 hours drive from Methven Mt Hutt Village. The club became know as Cheeseman although infact the current ski field was on Mount Cockayne in the Craigieburn range 111km west of Christchurch. Mt Cheeseman is a club field with open rolling terrain, T-bars, groomed runs and a new day lodge up on the...

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HeliPark New Zealand

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Ski Resort HeliPark is based at Mt.Potts Lodge, south of Christchurch and is heli-accessed free skiing and riding in 350 hectares of unbelievable backcountry terrain. There are steep faces, chutes, rocks to drop off, cornices, wide open powder bowls and gullies. HeliPark is an environment for free-skiers and rider to train or play. There are no lifts, only one helicopter that departs from Mt.Potts Lodge and flies all day, dropping...

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Mt Lyford Alpine Resort Ski Area

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Ski Resort Mount Lyford is a 2hrs drive from Christchurch. 2WD may need chains fitted. Mt Lyford has a good balance of terrain for all abilities including a lot of natural hits for snowboarders and freeriders and a large variety of learner and intermediate terrain. Some of the facilities offered here include equipment hire, snowsports school offering group and private lessons, cafe, tubing area, shuttle service, on site accommodation,...

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Whakapapa Ski Area

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Ski Resort Whakapapa is located on the north-eastern slopes of Mt Ruapehu and is renowned as New Zealand’s largest and busiest ski area. It has a skiable area of 550ha, and a total of 43 runs from beginner to advance. It has a stylish chairlift system and more than 30 groomed trails catering to all levels of skiers and snowboarders, off-piste areas for intermediates and advanced, and a tobogganing and tubing area. At Whakapapa ski...

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Turoa Ski Area – Mt Ruapehu

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Ski Resort Mt Ruapehu is New Zealand’s largest skiing area, fours hours drive from either Auckland or Wellington. It is located inside Tongariro National Park, a dual world heritage site. Mt Ruapehu has two of the largest Ski Areas, Turoa and Whakapapa as well as the highest lift access and the longest vertical drop in Australasia. Turoa is the highest ski area in New Zealand. There are a total of ten lifts on the mountain giving...

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Christchurch Bike Tour

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So you have arrived in Christchurch the largest city on New Zealand’s South Island and want to know what there is to do and see, where the best restaurants are and the best places to shop. Well, to make things easier for you Christchurch has its very own Cycle Tour; New Zealand’s only guided city bike tour that lasts for two hours. The tour will take you to all the hot spots of one of the worlds great garden cities departing from...

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Video: Tour of Te Papa Museum in Wellington

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Te Papa is one of the top tourist attractions in New Zealand, situated in Wellington, the capital city of New Zealand.  It is the National Museum of New Zealand and a place with so many extraordinary exhibits and amazing things to learn about, plus many interactive things to get your hands on such as the stone ball that weights over one ton and perfectly balanced so you can push it and it starts moving. They also have amazing animals...

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Auckland Lantern Festival

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February 26, 2010 5:30 pmtoFebruary 28, 2010 10:30 pmVenue: Albert Park, Auckland City Date: 26 – 28 February 2010 Time: 5:30pm to 10.30pm daily The Auckland Chinese Lantern Festival is one not to be missed. A free event and one of Auckland’s most popular summer events, brings Chinese New Year celebrations to a glowing finale. Be enthralled by hundreds of spectacular outdoor lanterns, including brand new designs from...

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Auckland Anniversary Weekend – DON’T MISS IT!

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Date: 23-26th January 2009 Venue: Auckland Viaduct Harbour It’s that time of the year again; yes we celebrate Auckland Anniversary Weekend with great entertainment lined up for this year’s festival. The venue will be Viaduct Harbour on the waterfront. At the same time the Auckland Seafood festival will also be taking place from Saturday 24 to Monday 26 January with live performances and fireworks display over 4 days. There will...

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Doubtful Sound

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Doubtful Sound is the second largest of the 14 fjords in Fiordland National Park and is three times longer and ten times larger than Milford Sound. Doubtful Sound is recognized for its wilderness nature and wildlife. It is recommended you take a cruise across Lake Manapouri (New Zealand’s prettiest lakes) to West Arm of the Lake then coach over the Wilmot Pass Road, stopping along the way at the Wilmot Pass lookout point to experience...

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100% Pure New Zealand

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The following videos are all 100% Pure New Zealand Advertisements. 100% New Zealand Tourist Board video This is a beautiful video of incomparable New Zealand. Active volcanoes, quiet resorts and raw nature, New Zealand, consists of the North and South Islands. New Zealand is a peaceful country where the people are friendly and where over one quarter is protected wilderness, it is no wonder New Zealand never fails to impress. This...

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