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Confidence in Ruapehu tourism is growing after a big year for the region, Ruapehu mayor Don Cameron said following the the third annual Visit Ruapehu Industry Forum last week.
A 250m haul rope has to be ordered from Europe, says RAL.
Ruapehu Alpine Lifts says it will need to replace a tower on its High Noon Express chairlift at Tūroa due to damage caused by Monday’s avalanche.
A large avalanche triggered by control work at Tūroa has damaged one of the ski field’s chairlifts.
The operator rejects claims the bus involved in Saturday’s crash had shown decreased odometer readings.
RAL says it has no issue with Mitsubishi Fuso buses in general but had decided to suspend the use of the only other vehicle of that type in its shuttle fleet while it tried to figure out what caused Saturday’s crash.
The possibility of a mechanical failure being behind Saturday’s fatal crash is yet to be ruled out.
Ruapehu Alpine Lifts has suspended operations at its Turoa ski field today after a bus crash left one person dead and several others injured.
Ruapehu Alpine Lifts has had a record-breaking school holiday period with more than 80,000 skiers and snowboarders on the slopes of Whakapapa and Tūroa in the last fortnight.
Ruapehu Alpine Lifts has hit back at criticism its $10m loan from the PGF for a high-speed gondola at Whakapapa ski field is “corporate welfare”.
Taupō District Council is buying $1m worth of 10-year bonds in Ruapehu Alpine Lifts’ $25m high-speed gondola project at Whakapapa ski field.
The financing for RAL will go towards the building of a new $25m high-speed gondola on Whakapapa ski field.
Mt Ruapehu has appointed two staff into key roles in time for the upcoming ski season.
Thirty-six years ago Steve McGill headed to Mt Ruapehu for a ski season – a trip that turned into a lifelong career on the mountain.
A new look ski season centred around a multi million-dollar upgrade has paid off in success for Mt Ruapehu.
Ruapehu Alpine Lifts (RAL) has secured a new license that could see it operate Mt Ruapehu’s Tūroa ski field for another sixty years.
The second weekend of Ruapehu Alpine Lifts (RAL) free park and ride snow shuttle service went well with local businesses reporting they were happy with council’s response to the parking and congestion issues that arose the inaugural weekend.
An estimated 7,000 plus people made use of the Ruapehu Alpine Lifts (RAL) new free park and ride service from Ohakune and National Park Village to Turoa and Whakapapa ski areas over the weekend.
Steady snowfall over the last few days at Mt Ruapehu has arrived in perfect time for the school holidays – and more snow is forecast.