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.
Sharing The Snowboarding Stoke: An Interview With Scott Anfang
Scott has contributed greatly to the snowboard industry - from teaching beginners how to link their first turns, to leading training and assessments for snowboard instructors, to coaching the AASI National Snowboard Team. Scott shares his journey and gives solid advice for anyone thinking about becoming a snowboard instructor.
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!
A 2017 Guide To All South Island New Zealand Ski Resorts
If you haven't already planned your winter getaway and are thinking of skiing or snowboarding in New Zealand's south island, here's a great infographic which gives a snapshot of all of the ski resorts in the south island including lift pass prices and the number of lifts.
How CrossFit Makes Me A Better Snowboarder
CrossFit has been a big part of my exercise routine for a couple of years now and without a doubt, it has had a huge and positive impact upon my snowboarding, both leading up to the season and on the slopes. The best training for snowboarding is always going to be snowboarding, but if that isn’t possible then CrossFit is probably the next best thing.
That Time When I Never Wanted To Snowboard Again
I really did think at the time that I would never try snowboarding again. Obviously, I got over that. But I wanted to share with you the few minutes where it could have gone either way and why snowboarding is so much more to me than just strapping on a board and riding down a mountain.
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.
Skiing And Snowboarding For The First Time - What Nobody Tells You
So, you’re thinking about going skiing or snowboarding for the first time. You don’t really know what to expect. There are some things that people just don't tell you about when you're just starting out. It always helps to be a little prepared so here’s the real truth on what to expect which will have you shredding down the mountain in no time!