4 edition of A guide to the ski fields of New Zealand found in the catalog.
A guide to the ski fields of New Zealand
|LC Classifications||GV854.8.N45 S63 1981|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||128 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||128|
|LC Control Number||81195692|
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Crisp, calm blue-sky days provide the perfect conditions for skiing and snowboarding at one of the many ski fields around the region. This book is your essential guide to the best backcountry touring and ski mountaineering in New Zealand.
Whether you’re new to the world of backcountry snowsports, an enthusiast looking for inspiration, or an international traveller sampling what New Zealand has to offer. Linked to Cardrona, with similar discounts for multi-day ski pass purchases, Treble Cone is the highest and largest ski area on New Zealand’s South Island, and also boasts the longest vertical (m) of Queenstown’s winter resorts.
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Navigate to the New Zealand ski resort you want to review and click on the "add review" link in the left-hand-column. Summary of all the main ski fields in Queenstown and around the area.
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The Unofficial Guide to New Zealand Ski Fields. likes. An insider's guide to all 23 of New Zealand's Ski fieldsFollowers: New Zealand ski fields map.
A list of 25 North Island and South Island ski fields on maps for easy access and with links to official New Zealand ski field websites.
There are 25 ski and snowboard areas in New Zealand, 18 of which are commercially operated ski fields. The rest are mainly run by nonprofit ski clubs. Your complete guide to the Ski Season in Queenstown & Wanaka, New Zealand: Ski Fields, Events & Activities.
Ski Season Dates Ski Season runs from early to mid June through to early October in Queenstown & Wanaka depending on snow fall. The approximate opening dates for the ski fields in are: Cardrona - 16th June - October 14th. Don’t ski the same resort day in and day out, let us take you on a multi-day adventure of some of New Zealand’s best ski fields, and enjoy the maximum in fun and convenience with our Haka Tours New Zealand ski packages.
New Zealand has a booming snow industry and those "in the know" have been skiing and snowboarding here for years. The Southern Alps of New Zealand provide some seriously fine skiing and boarding with five hundred kilometres of mountain ranges splitting the South Island from north to south like a spine.
The majority of the commercial ski fields are found around the alpine tourist resort town of Queenstown, which sits on the shores of Lake Wakatipu and is. Ski Season: June to October Fields: New Zealand offers ski and snowboard enthusiasts a great variety of commercial or club fields.
Commercial fields offer snowmaking, state of the art snow grooming, cafes, gear rental facilities and more. Club fields are often less crowded but offer fewer facilities.
New Zealand ~ Skiing New Zealand ~ Ski Areas New Zealand ~ Snowboarding New Zealand Tourism Guide - Skiing and Snowboarding The country can be divided up into the North Island with its Ruapehu ski area, and the South Island with its more numerous ski areas.
Canterbury has many fields, as well there are the Mackenzie fields and the Southern. Find ski resorts in New Zealand. This map of New Zealand ski resorts shows each mountain's location within the region & in relation to other ski areas nearby & major cities.
Only a short drive from picture-perfect Queenstown, Coronet Peak is one of the most exciting ski fields in New Zealand. Sprawled across a mountain range around 16 kilometres north-east of Queenstown, practically every ski run on Coronet Peak offers stunning views of the South Island town and the emerald-coloured Lake Wakatipu.
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Alternatively you may want. New Zealand Ski New Zealand is blessed with the Southern Hemisphere’s greatest four season lake and alpine resort. Although popular as a famous leisure and adventure playground year round, Queenstown is at its busiest and best during the snow season when visitors flock to enjoy the best skiing and snowboarding in the country.
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Located just 45 minutes drive from Queenstown Airport, Wanaka is the perfect destination to enjoy the best skiing in New Zealand.
Boasting two of New Zealand’s top ski fields, Cardrona Alpine Resort and Treble Cone, Wanaka ski fields offer a true winter town atmosphere with a unique buzz about town, while still offering a nice sense of relaxation.
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Cardrona is notably one of New Zealand’s most popular ski resorts and is a great choice for both beginners and intermediates.
While Cardrona ski field is located a little further away (appropriately a 60 minute drive from the hotel over the spectacular Crown Range), this ski field provides some of the most reliable ski condition in the country.
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This guide will give you tips on how to get a season job on the New Zealand ski fields. There’s a great variety of jobs in during the ski season from customer service.
Queenstown – In New Zealand’s South Island, discover the gateway to stunning fiords, glaciers, ski fields, vineyards and adventure. Click play to see the best of the city. When ready, browse. Nearby ski fields include Treble Cone, Cardrona and Snow Farm New Zealand, NZ’s only commercial Nordic (cross-country) ski area.
From Wanaka, take an overnight trip to the West Coast to helihike or ice climb Franz Josef Glacier and Fox Glacier. Backtrack to Queenstown for your next flight. A winter ski vacation is awesome fun and in New Zealand there is something for everyone, from the most avid skier and rider to beginners.
Air New Zealand offer a vast range of accommodation, on and off mountain activities, rental cars and more - book with Air New. Early snowfall has created an air of anticipation at the North Island's winter playground of Mount Ruapehu, whose two world-class commercial fields at Whakapapa and Tūroa include New Zealand's largest ski area and Happy Valley Snow Park, the nation's premier beginner ski and snowboard facility.
Cardrona Summary. The New Zealand Ski Resort of Cardrona has direct access to 23 marked pistes, served by a total of 7 ski lifts. The ski resort itself is at 1,m 4,ft, so skiing or boarding back to the resort is usually possible.
On the Mountain. The most difficult run is 4/5(6). About the Author: SnowSkool has been operating ski instructor courses and snowboard instructor courses in Canada, New Zealand, France, and the U.S.A since 0 Facebook 0 Twitter.Cardrona Alpine Resort. Snow Farm (cross-country skiing only) List of ski areas and resorts.
List of ski areas and resorts in Oceania. Skiing in New Zealand. Ski areas and resorts in New Zealand. Commercial skifields. Mount Potts 2,3. The Remarkables. Craigieburn Valley. Mount Cheeseman.New Zealand might not be the first place you think of to ski, but it has some fantastic ski fields in the South Island, which can rival the Northern Hemisphere skiing hotspots.
The skiing in New Zealand will usually be much better than in Australia, where you can also : Ben Smithson.