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Coronet Peak has booked Australian hip hop group Hilltop Hoods as the headliner for the launch of the winter Night Ski parties from 27-30 July.
NZSki launches a new marketing campaign that takes a spin on popular reality TV show Shark Tank.
NZSki primes us all for winter with 24 hours in Queenstown.
Snow Machine festival has sold out its inaugural festival in Queenstown.
Construction on the multi-million dollar Nor’west Express lift at Mt Hutt will begin in October.
Federated Mountain Clubs is urging NZSki to pause its plan to charge for vehicle access on the Remarkables Ski Field access road, saying the move is ‘alarming’.
Those using The Remarkables access road outside of the ski season will soon be charged $10 per vehicle after NZSki installed a new access gate.
Ground has officially broken on the new Sugar Bowl chairlift at The Remarkables Ski Area in Queenstown.
NZSki and Ultimate Hikes have pledged more than $350,000 towards conservation.
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.
Natural snow, cold temperatures and “heaps more fire power” are getting Mt Hutt, Coronet Peak and The Remarkables ready for the ski season.
Mt Hutt ski field, The Rees and Eichardt’s hotels in Queenstown, and Wanaka’s Whare Kea Lodge & Chalet have been recognised as New Zealand’s best at the 2017 World Ski Awards.
New Zealand’s Best Ski Resort, Mt Hutt in Canterbury, opens today, marking the start of the South Island ski season.
Coronet Peak is bringing out the stars on Wednesdays nights, as it extends its popular Friday and Saturday Twilight and Night skiing experience to Wednesdays during July.
For the first time all the Central Otago ski areas – Coronet Peak, The Remarkables, Snow Farm, Cardrona Alpine Resort and Treble Cone – will host the Winter Games NZ.