Snowboarding And Skiing At The Remarkables, Queenstown, New Zealand
The first thing you notice about The Remarkables is the incredible vista. The rock faces, jutting mountains and bowls will get you amped before you've even parked the car! With the new day lodge and the new 6-seater Curvey Basin Express chair, it's easy to see why The Remarkables is so popular.
Snowboarding And Skiing At Coronet Peak, Queenstown, New Zealand
Coronet Peak is one of the most popular ski resorts in New Zealand. It is located on the South Island of New Zealand, in the Otago Region. It is easily accessible from Queenstown via a sealed road and the journey from the Queenstown town centre is only 20 minutes.
Mt Cheeseman – a day at a New Zealand Club Field
Taking the time to get off the beaten track and explore New Zealand’s ski club fields will definitely be rewarding. In this blog we talk about visiting Mt Cheeseman on the South Island to understand the differences skiing and snowboarding at non-commercial ski fields.
Coronet Peak & The Remarkables: $35m Development Plans
New Advanced Terrain & Lift to be Installed at Cardrona for Winter 2019
Summer 2019 is set to be another busy one of developments up at Cardrona Alpine Resort, with today’s announcement of a new lift, accessing advanced terrain, to be installed in the “Pringles” area of the resort.
Snowboarding and Skiing at Treble Cone, Wanaka, New Zealand
We recently visited Treble Cone Ski Area for the first time in about 4 years. Biased towards the more experienced rider, the steep and challenging terrain made for an awesome day out on the snow. If you want a "bit more", Treble Cone needs to be on your list for any New Zealand snow holiday!
Coronet Peak Opening This Saturday For A Taster
Coronet Peak is opening two weeks earlier, offering loyal customers and local Queenstowners, who see the Peak every day, a one-day taster ahead of the season.
The ski field, which is 20 minutes from downtown Queenstown, will be open on Saturday June 2nd on Queen’s birthday weekend. Its official opening day is Saturday June 16th.
Getting To The Clay Cliffs In Omarama - A Geological Wonder
The Clay Cliffs are a couple of hours drive from Queenstown and well worth the visit. The landscape is dramatically different from the rest of the area and the formations are a geological wonder. Here's everything you need to know about the Clay Cliffs in Omarama and how to get there.