If you plan to visit New Zealand, you must visit its awesome ski and snowboarding holiday resorts found around Queensland and Wanaka region. If you’re ready to explore the ski and snowboarding resorts of New Zealand, better start out with these four amazing places. Being the leading ski holiday tour company in New Zealand, All Star Adventures takes guests to each of these resorts and more throughout their well-known Powder Storming New Zealand Ski and Snowboard Tour. The company invites all skiers and snowboarders to discover this tour. All skill levels are welcome!
Established in 1947, the Coronet Peak is New Zealand’s first commercial ski field. This well-developed ski field is only twenty minutes away from Queenstown. Coronet Peak is less packed as compared to Remarkables. It has a variety of terrain that skiers and snowboarders will surely appreciate. It is the home of the Queenstown Winter Festival as well as the New Zealand Winter Games. The thrill doesn’t stop around this place because you can ski from morning (First Tracks) till night (Night Skiing). Here’s a quick fact : the field features the country’s largest fully automated snowmaking system with 213 snow guns. Would you like to take the family with you? You’ll be glad to know that kids aged six and younger will get day lift passes for free. You can go to Coronet Peak between 7th of June until 30th of September.
The Remarkables is a mountain range and ski field located in Otago, South Island of New Zealand. The ski resort has three mountain bowls covering 540 acres with six lifts. The Remarkables has three terrain parks and a snow tubing park your children will surely enjoy. It covers 220 hectares of skiable area with different terrains available for beginners to advanced skiers. The snowboard lessons are very good quality that are going to make you feel confident. Expect to have a larger and much better holiday resort when it opens its doors on the June 21. It will feature a double snowmaking capacity, a bigger car park and even more trails for starters.
Cardrona Alpine Resort
The Cardona Alpine Resort promises the most consistent snow condition in the Queensland-Wanaka region. With a surface that covers 345 hectares of dry, powdery snow, it is the region’s second biggest ski area. The resort provides broad and groomed slopes. Cardrona Alpine Resort features a good assortment of terrain like: green runs for learners and varied blue runs for intermediate skiers. For novices, access the newly developed Cardrona beginner’s slopes, reachable using a state-of-the art “magic carpet” lifts. It provides seven terrain parks composed of two half pipes, four parks and a gravity cross course – best for skiers and snowboarders who love terrain parks. The resort will open on June 20.
The Treble Cone
This place is all about the extremes! The Treble Cone has the longest vertical rise at 4 kilometers and the region’s largest ski area at 550 hectares. Snowboarders and skiers will surely appreciate its field detailed with numerous chutes, bowls and drops. The Austrian national ski team was so impressed with the place, they made it their off-season training ground. Not to be outclassed by other resorts, Treble Cone has expansive and well-groomed trails for beginners and intermediates alike. The resort has some cool amenities like a free surface lift for newbies and a day’s worth of trekking to small terrain parks. The resort will open on June 26.