New Zealand Ski Resorts Comparison
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New Zealand Ski Resorts Comparison

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The table below provides you with a comparison of all the ski resorts in New Zealand. Using the information provided you can compare New Zealand ski resorts based on key attributes such as ski resort Terrain, Number of Lifts, Prices and facilities provided. You can click on a New Zealand ski resort in the table to find out more about the ski resort. Ski Resort Terrain Number of Lifts Prices Facilities North Island – Manganui Ski...

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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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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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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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Snowboarding in New Zealand

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Many people enjoy to Snowboard rather than ski and it’s a popular activity in New Zealand during the winter season. All New Zealand ski areas provide for snowboarding and you will often find more snowboarders than skiiers. The most popular places for snowboarding seems to be Wanaka, Cardrona and the Remarkables. Infact Wanaka is New Zealand’s snowboarding capital and is filled with people during the ski season. Snow Park, New...

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New Zealand Ski Report

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New Zealand snow reports and local ski conditions can be viewed by visiting http://www.snowreports.co.nz. Information is updated daily throughout the ski season. Popular New Zealand’s skiing areas are Mt Ruapehu – New Zealand’s largest skiing area, Queenstown which is famous for its two ski resorts, the Coronet Peak and the Remarkables and Wanaka regions – New Zealand’s favourite destination for Skiing and...

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